I visited this small nice museum, It cincentrates on the artisit life and there are not many creatinons of the artisit there.
We probably would not have sought this out if it had not been included in the Paris Museum Pass. It was a small but lovely collection of his works, housed in the apartment where he lived (and died) as well as his studio. It was a little hard to find but I like his work and it was worth it... More
Located in a small pretty neighborhood square and easy to find as there are signs pointing the way. The exhibit is in the last home of the artist as he was painting frescoes such as Jacob wrestling with the angel in Saint Sulpice. There is a good display of paintings, drawings, etchings and letters. A pretty garden is worth a... More
The museum is located in one of the most charming Parisian neighbourhoods. The house is well kept and shows small but well curated exhibitions. It is firstly the house and not the Delacroix museum. Worth the visit if you are an artist. Small garden is worth the visit in spring.
I visited the museum in November 2012. Unfortunately, both the studio and gardens were closed. That left a few rooms with sparse furniture and paintings to visit. It was so bad that they didn't actually charge admission. I would not go here again until the studio is open. Enjoy Paris!
I am a painter and Delacroix is one of my favorites but I wouldn't come again. The smell of urine in the stairway permeated the entire museum making this a most unpleasant experience. Apparently homeless are allowed to sleep in the staircase at night or at least use it as a bathroom. The garden mentioned below was closed for a... More
This is one of my favorite quiet spots in Paris. I especially love sitting in the lovely back garden which feels like a quiet oasis from the hustle and bustle of this vibrant city. It's a small home, so it won't take an afternoon to enjoy it, and it's located in a great neighborhood for window shopping, eating, and drinking.... More
At this small quaint musem you can feel the prescence of the master Delacroix who was one of artist that completed artwork in many churches and public buildings throughout Paris. It is located in what was his residence and you can experience the lighting that he actually painted in his studio.
This small museum is in the middle of St. Germain area, but is very hard to find, until you're there ! Only after you pay 10e to get in you see how small it is. You would have to be a huge fan to find the meagre displays satisfying. I did not.
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