Musée Delacroix Review
The final home of artist Eugène Delacroix (1798–1863) contains only a small collection of his sketches and drawings. But you can check out the lovely studio he had built in the large garden at the back to work on frescoes he created for St-Sulpice Church, where they remain on display today. The museum also plays host to temporary exhibitions, such as Delacroix's experiments with photography. France's foremost Romantic painter had the good luck to live on Place Furstenberg, one of the smallest, most romantic squares in Paris: seeing it is reason enough to come.
- Address: 6 rue Furstenberg, St-Germain-des-Prés, Paris, 75006 | Map It
- Phone: /01–44–41–86–50
- Cost: €6; €7.50 with temporary exhibitions; €12 with same-day admission to the Louvre
- Hours: Weds.—Mon. 9:30—5; closed Tues.
- Website: www.musee-delacroix.fr
- Subway: St-Germain-des-Prés
- Location: St-Germain-des-Prés