At the heart of the chateau of Chantilly, the Condé museum is home to over 830 paintings, 2,500 drawings, 2,500 prints, 1,700 historic photographs, approximately 250 sculptures and over 5,000 pieces of decorative art.
The Condé museum houses an exceptional collection of paintings by Raphael, Clouet, Poussin, Watteau, Ingres, Delacroix and Corot. Some of these are major works such as The Three Graces by Raphael and The Massacre of the Innocents by Poussin.
Library and Archives
The library and archives of the Condé museum of Chantilly house rich collections of written works and documents collected over the centuries by the lords of Chantilly, members of the de Montmorency and de Bourbon-Condé families, such as those acquired by the Duke of Aumale in the 19th century. Modern and contemporary documentary collections were added to the antique collections.