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In the heart of Paris, the superb private mansion of Édouard André and Nélie Jacquemart hosts one of the most beautiful private collections of works of art in France.
This architectural jewel offers diverse programming and important public relations opportunities.

Thanks to its sponsors, the museum develops a dynamic, accessible and scientifically demanding cultural program. Through restoration campaigns, the museum give back its splendor to historic rooms or works donated by its founders.

American friends, you can support the cultural life and accessibility of the Jacquemart-André museum
King Baudouin Foundation US : For more information follow the link.

The benefits

The Jacquemart-André museum undertakes to develop its sponsors’ donations in the form of a large number of rewards. The nature of the rewards is defined on an individual basis according to the expectations of the company and the amount of the patronage.

Prestigious public relations events
The museum makes its reception rooms available to patron companies for holding gala evenings, breakfasts, or tours starting with a glass of champagne. These prestigious receptions held in the rooms of the museum reveal another facet of this extraordinary residence, in a unique atmosphere reminiscent of the lavish receptions of the Second Empire.

A high media profile
At each exhibition, the Jacquemart-André museum is associated with a large number of media organizations in order to communicate to a wide audience. The sponsor company therefore benefits from visibility on all the communication media: poster campaign, website, exhibition catalogue, television advertising, visitors’ booklet, etc.

Press relations
The partner may invite journalists from the specialist press in its field to the viewing reserved for the press, on the eve of the opening to the public. For its part, the museum brings together journalists from the artistic and popular press. A representative of the partner company will be able to take part in the press conference.

Adventageous tax provisions
In accordance with the law of 1 August 2003 in consideration of patronage, payments from companies are now eligible for a tax reduction of 60% of the amount of the donation.


For restorations of a work of art: Pierre Curie, Curator of the Jacquemart-André museum

Thanks to our patrons

Generali, sponsor of the exhibition “Masterpieces from the Borghese Gallery” in 2024
Natixis (Groupe BPCE), major sponsor of the exhibition "Botticelli, Artist & Designer" in 2021
Getlink, sponsor of the exhibition "Turner, Paintings and Watercolours from the Tate" in 2020
Crédit du Nord, sponsor of the exhibition "Turner, Paintings and Watercolours from the Tate" in 2020
Credit Suisse, sponsor of Culturespaces 2020 cultural season in Paris
Crédit Agricole d’Île-de-France Mécénat, sponsor of the restoration of Nélie and Edouard's study (2016) and exterior statuary (2019)
LES FONDATIONS VELUX, sponsor of the exhibition "Hammershøi, the master of Danish paiting" in 2019
Banque Neuflize OBC


Eversheds Sutherland
Fondation BNP Paribas
Monte Paschi Banque
Axa Art
Generali Assurances
J.P. Morgan 
Vacheron Constantin


Restoration of a work of art
Atelier Phelippeau
Ateliers Brugier
Centre de recherche et de restauration des musées de France
La Française des Jeux
Galerie Kraemer & Cie
Galerie Segoura
Galerie Chevalier
Galerie Didier Aaron
Galerie Etienne Levy
Galerie Yves Mikaeloff
Maison Tassinari et Chatel
Manufacture Prelle
Monsieur Jean-Pierre Barreau
Monsieur José Boudon
Monsieur Jean Bourdette
Monsieur Alain Cartier
Monsieur Jacques Goujon
Monsieur François-Joseph Graf
Monsieur Bill G.B. Pallot
Monsieur François Pinault
Monsieur Jeffrey A. Rosen