158 boulevard Haussmann, Jacquemart-André Museum- We encourage you to visit Edouard André and Nelie Jacquemart’s house-museum to get an idea of the sumptuous dinners hosted in the Parisians bourgeois houses belonging to Proust’s time.
43 avenue de Villiers, Jean-Jacques Henner Museum – This artist has mentioned in his diary a couple of dinners he attended at Marcel Proust’s parents house (9 boulevard Malesherbes) between 1886 and 1896.
14 rue de La Rochefoucauld, Gustave Moreau Museum – He was one of Marcel Proust’s favourite artists and enjoyed paying him a visit from time to time in his studio-museum.
63 rue de Monceau, Nissim de Camondo Museum – This is an interesting house that will help you understand the rich bourgeois décor that is typical of the beginning ofthe 20th century and of Proust’s time.
7 avenue Vélasquez, Cernuschi Museum – It is an Asian arts museum located next to the Monceau Park that opened in 1898. It was a good place to be seen during Proust’s time as Orientalism wasfashionable.
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