This March we have decided to pay the beautiful Musée Carnavalet another visit. And here is what we’ve seen.Musée CarnavaletStaircase of the museum and Une soirée au Pré-Catelan by Henri Gervex, 1909, fragment.

Musée CarnavaletimageArmenonville le soir du Grand prix (1905), Henri Gervex (1852-1929)

Musée CarnavaletJewelry boutique Georges Fouquet created by Alphonse Mucha.

Musée CarnavaletJewelry boutique Georges Fouquet created by Alphonse Mucha.

Musée CarnavaletThe famous art nouveau room: jewelry boutique Georges Fouquet created by Alphonse Mucha.

Musée CarnavaletJewelry boutique Georges Fouquet created by Alphonse Mucha, fragments.

Musée CarnavaletLa Vitrine d’une marchande de mode (vers 1910), Eugène-Louis Gillot

Musée Carnavalet

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Musée CarnavaletHalls and rooms of Carnavalet.

Musée CarnavaletFemme au chien (1880), Ferdinand Heilbuth. Fragment.

Musée CarnavaletPieces of a service by manufacture nationale de Sèvres, one of the principal European porcelain manufacturies, end of 18th century.

Musée CarnavaletThe locked door.

Musée CarnavaletRooms and portraits of Carnavalet museum.

Musée CarnavaletFragments of paintings.

Musée CarnavaletArt nouveau furniture.

Musée CarnavaletInterior of Hôtel d’Uzès created by Joseph Métivier and Jean-Baptiste Boiston under the direction of architect Claude-Nicolas Ledoux in 1767. The woodwork is original early example of the neoclassical style.

Official website: Musée Carnavalet
Address: 16 Rue des Francs Bourgeois, 75003 Paris.
Opening hours: Daily from 10am to 6pm, except Mondays and 1st May.

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