Musée Condé - Chantilly
Also known as Condé Museum
France (Chantilly)
Museum web site

The Musee Condé is located 40km in the north of Paris, in the castle of the duke of Aumale (son of King Louis-Philippe I), who bequeathed it to the State in 1897.

The museum has a very rich collection of old masters, many works coming from the fabulous Orléans collection.

Musée Condé
Château de Chantilly, 60500 Chantilly, France
Top artists in the collection:

Limbourg brothersDutch, 1380-141619 artworks
Alexandre-Gabriel DecampsFrench, 1803-18608 artworks
Franҫois ClouetFrench, 1515-1572 (Renaissance)8 artworks
Nicolas PoussinFrench, 1594-1665 (Baroque)6 artworks
Jean FouquetFrench, 1420-14814 artworks
Anthony van DyckBelgian, 1599-1641 (Baroque)4 artworks
Jean-Auguste-Dominique IngresFrench, 1780-1867 (Neoclassicist)4 artworks
Jean ClouetFrench, 1480-15414 artworks
Jean-Antoine WatteauFrench, 1684-1721 (Rococo)4 artworks
Pierre MignardFrench, 1612-1695 (Baroque)3 artworks
Claude Corneille de LyonDutch, 1510-15743 artworks

The Athenaeum has no exhibitions on record for this museum. Exhibition records can be added for this museum here.