Jacquemart André

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The Jacquemart André Museum

  • The inspiring, impassioned life of the André and Jacquemart couple.
  • The glamorous dinner parties of the ultra rich in the 19th century, their private mansions, the metamorphosis of Paris under Baron Haussmann.
  • Travels to Egypt, Morocco, Italy, and England…a love for art.
In 1913, the private home of Edouard André, heir to a Protestant banking family, and his wife Nélie Jacquemart, a young painter, was transformed into a museum. Edouard André had begun collecting in 1860, and in 1875 he oversaw the construction of a private residence on Boulevard Haussmann that would house his vast collection. When he met his wife Nélie in 1881, the collection only grew, as, united by the same passion, the couple continued their travels in search for the rare and beautiful.

Tour 1: Classic Tour 2hrs

If you love 18th-century French painting and the works of Boucher and Fragonard, its refined furniture, the famous works of the Quattrocento by Botticelli, Mantegna, and 17th-century Flemish art, then you’ll truly enjoy your guided visit of this sumptuous Parisian mansion.

Opening hours :

Daily, including holidays: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday and Saturday evenings until 9 p.m. if an exhibition is on

Amenities :

Disabled access (except upper floor – elevator envisaged for 2013)

Strollers not allowed

Direct, no-lines access: reservation required for groups (25 people maximum per guide)

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