Built for the Universal Exhibition of 1900, together with its neighbour, “Le Grand Palais”, “Le Petit Palais, - designed by architect Charles Girault -is located on Avenue Winston Churchill, which connects the Champs-Elysees to the Invalides.
This remarkable Museum gathers some 1,300 works, some of which are very famous: Paul Cezanne (Three Bathers), George Clairin (The portrait of Sarah Bernhardt), Charles-Alexandre Giron (Woman with Gloves known as “La Parisienne”).
Please also note that access to permanent collections is free.
“Le Petit Palais” also organizes temporary exhibitions. At Present (Feb 2011) are on display:
For all news of temporary expositions and other practical information,please consult the website of “Le Petit Palais” by clicking here.
”Les Cars Rouges” wishes you a pleasant visit to Paris!