Musee Marmottan Monet, Paris

The Musée Monet-Marmottan holds the most important collection of paintings in the world by Claude Monet, the Impressionists and Post-Impressionists. The museum also holds a large collection of furniture and decorative objects from the Empire period as well as the Wildenstein settlement, comprising a collection of 313 miniatures from the XIII to the XVI century.
Waterlilies, detail, 1903 Fine Art Print by Claude Monet

Waterlilies, detail, 1903

Claude Monet
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Waterlilies, detail, 1907 Fine Art Print by Claude Monet

Waterlilies, detail, 1907

Claude Monet
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The donors Fine Art Print by German School

The donors

German School
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The donors Fine Art Print by German School

The donors

German School
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The donors Fine Art Print by German School

The donors

German School
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The Pont Valentre, Cahors Fine Art Print by Paul Signac

The Pont Valentre, Cahors

Paul Signac
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Garden in a courtyard Fine Art Print by Etienne Bouhot

Garden in a courtyard

Etienne Bouhot
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Tree branches, 1893 Fine Art Print by Berthe Morisot

Tree branches, 1893

Berthe Morisot
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On the Balcony, 1893 Fine Art Print by Berthe Morisot

On the Balcony, 1893

Berthe Morisot
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Pines by the lake, 1893 Fine Art Print by Berthe Morisot

Pines by the lake, 1893

Berthe Morisot
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Cows in Normandy, 1880 Fine Art Print by Berthe Morisot

Cows in Normandy, 1880

Berthe Morisot
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The Nice Carnival, 1889 Fine Art Print by Berthe Morisot

The Nice Carnival, 1889

Berthe Morisot
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Girl with a hat, 1889 Fine Art Print by Berthe Morisot

Girl with a hat, 1889

Berthe Morisot
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View of Rome Fine Art Print by Nicolas Poussin

View of Rome

Nicolas Poussin
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Venice Fine Art Print by Henri Rouart

Venice

Henri Rouart
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The donors, detail Fine Art Print by German School

The donors, detail

German School
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