Galleries

An avid collector, the Duke d'Aumale decides to rebuild and renovate the chateau in the nineteenth century, in order to present his collections. Thus, he creates the Condé Museum which spreads out and over several rooms or galleries: Painting gallery, Psyche gallery, Santuario, Gemstone cabinet, Tribune, etc. Over 800 master paintings, art pieces, tapestries, precious dishes and ceremonial decors are included in the Museum's exceptional collection.
Harbored in the chateau of Chantilly, the painting collection of the Condé Museum is considered the wealthiest in France, after that of the Louvre Museum. Fully comprised of ancient paintings (before 1850), these collections are exhibited in the Condé Museum Galleries, following the Duke of Aumale...
No other French museum can brag to showing three Raphael, three Fra Angelico, an Enguerrand Quarton, several Clouet, four Watteau, five Nicolas Poussin, four Greuze, five Ingres, three Delacroix, all of great quality. This exceptional gathering gives the Condé Museum its status as second museum of...