Located on the Keizersgracht 401 is House Marseille, Museum for Photography, opened in 1999. The residence was built around 1665 for the French merchant Isaac Focquier. The museum has 13 exhibition spaces and a restored room in Louis XIV style. On the facade is a stone tablet depicting a map of the French seaport Marseille.
The original seventeenth-century layout of the house (front, courtyard, back and garden) is still largely intact. There is impressive stuccowork on the ceiling of the Entrance Hall and the Garden Room contains a beautiful ceiling painted by Jacob de Wit (1695-1754).
Website House Marseille: https://huismarseille.nl/en/
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