The Maison de Balzac is a writer's museum in paris that is dedicated to the person of Honoré de Balzac (1799-1850), who lived and wrote here for a long time. The house with its large garden is the only Parisian residence of Balzac that has been preserved. Balzac wrote La Comédie humaine (The Human Comedy) here between 1840-1847. Visitors can see original editions, manuscripts and paintings from the writer's possession, including a daguerreotype from 1842 from Louis-Auguste Bisson. The library includes 23,000 pieces related to Theophile Gautier.
History & Anthropology
CLOSED FOR WORKS UNTIL SUMMER 2019.
47 Rue Raynouard, Paris
No exhibitions in Maison de Balzac have been found.