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Jacquemart-André Museum

The Jacquemart-André Museum has the finest private collection of art works in Paris, combined with the atmosphere of a large nineteenth-century residence.
Musée Jacquemart-André

Discover this magnificent mansion, the fruit of the passion of Edouard André and his wife Nélie Jacquemart, and their incredible collection, composed, in particular, of major works by the great masters of Flemish painting, those of sixteenth-century French painting, and the most prestigious artists of the Italian Renaissance. 

The Jacquemart-André Museum takes you on an artistic journey to the heart of dazzling and intact collections put together by Édouard André and Nélie Jacquemart in this splendid mansion which recreates the atmosphere of the great mansions of the 19th century. Like the Frick Collection in New York, the Jacquemart-André Museum contains collections worthy of the greatest museums: works from the Italian Renaissance, works by great Flemish masters, French works from the 18th century.

Exhibition "Gallen-Kallela, Myths & Nature"

11 March-25 July 2022

In 2022, the Musée Jacquemart-André will devote an exhibition to the work of the Finnish painter Akseli Gallen-Kallela (1865–1931). Via round seventy works held in public and private collections, including, in particular, exceptional pictures from the Gallen-Kallela Museum in Espoo, the exhibition will explore a predominant aspect of his work throughout his career—the theme of nature and the Finnish countryside.
The exhibition aims to explore in great detail the issue of the artist’s relation with nature, which changed over the course of his career. Initially ethnographic, his approach became more esoteric as of 1895 and attained unparalleled amplitude at the turn of the twentieth century. This shift was reflected in the changing style of his work from naturalism to symbolism. 

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 Exhibition 'Füssli, the realm of dreams and the fantastic'

 16 September 2022 - 23 January 2023

 Discover this automn the oeuvre of the Swiss-born British painter, Henry Fuseli (Johann Heinrich Füssli, 1741–1825). Comprising sixty works from public and private collections, span through the most emblematic of works by Füssli, the artist of the imaginary and the sublime. From Shakespearean themes to representations of dreams, nightmares, and apparitions, and mythological and Biblical illustrations, Füssli forged a new aesthetic that shifted between reality and the fantastic.

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