Jean-Jacques Henner National Museum is a museum dedicated to the work of French painter Jean-Jacques Henner (1829-1905). It opened to the public in 1924, thanks to the donation made to the state last year, by Marie Henner, widow of the nephew of the artist. One of 34 French national museums, it is located in a former mansion of the nineteenth century in the 17th arrondissement of Paris.
The clash, which is spread over three floors of the mansion shows several aspects of the art of Jean-Jacques Henner. The artist "official" is evoked by the academies, a sketch for the Prix de Rome in 1858, Adam and Eve finding the body of Abel, and paintings exhibited at such as Portrait of Mrs. *** called The Blue umbrella (1874) and San Sebastian (1888). One room is devoted to works that Henner has produced during his stay at the Villa Medici, between 1859 and 1864 painted copies in museums and sketches for his shipments but also luminous landscapes as Rome, terrace of the Villa Medici (1860) .