Discover the Museum of Fine Arts in Paris, housed in the Small Palace, a real jewel of 22,000 square meters. The Small Palace was originally built for the 1900 Universal Exhibition and was transformed into the Palais des Beaux-Arts in the city of Paris two years later to host permanent exhibitions. Rembrandt, Gabriel Metsu, Cézanne, Courbet, David, Degas, Delacroix, Fragonard, Renoir, Manet, Monet, Watteau, or Tiepolo, all eras are swept away. Not only will you have access to masterpieces in a dream setting, but you will also benefit from many side activities if you wish. Lectures, art workshops for children and adults, seminars, art history courses and shows are regularly offered to visitors.
What is special about the Museum of Fine Arts at the Small Palace? The museum has a considerable background of graphic arts, with 18,000 engravings and 9000 more or less old drawings, including a set of 350 pieces by Rembrandt.
Who is the architect of the Small Palace? The architect of the museum is Charles Giraud, a renowned French architect who died in 1932.