Should you happen to an admirer of French rococo, this private hotel of an art-collectioning couple now turned museum is probably a dream come true.
Fortunately for the rest of us, there are also a few lovely Rembrandt-portraits as well as two rooms of Italian quattrocento-art.
At present, the museum also houses a temporary exhibition of French Eugène Boudin, which we did not look into. (A lot of ederly ladies did, though.)
Supper at Emmaus, Rembrandt Van Rijn, 1606