then definitely take a peek. There's quite a lot of Art Nouveau furniture, ceramics and lighting crammed into a relatively tight space with claustrophobic ceilings, but most of the stuff, let's face it, is not really museum quality and many objects are in a pitiful state and a bad need of restauration. Here you realize with all clarity that not everything produced in the belle epoque was a work of genius and pure beauty - many exhibits border on kitsch and quite a few boldly trespass the border. Nevertheless, there are some real gems, especially on the furniture front, so if you're already an addict - go for it! But if you're not, I'm afraid this particular museum will hardly make you one, so do yourself a favour and start your acquaintance with the Art Nouveau elsewhere - why not Orsay or the gorgeous Paris 1900 exhibition running in the Petit Palais right now.
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