Category:Hôtel Biron

This building is classé au titre des monuments historiques de la France. It is indexed in the base Mérimée, a database of architectural heritage maintained by the French Ministry of Culture, under the reference PA00088697 Wikidata-logo.svg.

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Object location48° 51′ 19″ N, 2° 18′ 57″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMapCopy geo coordinates to Wikidatainfo
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Hôtel Biron 
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Location Invalides, 7th arrondissement of Paris, Rive Gauche, 6th arrondissement of Paris, Paris, Metropolis of Greater Paris, Île-de-France, Metropolitan France, France
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English: The Hôtel Biron is an hôtel particulier located at 77 Rue de Varenne in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, France, that was built in the then-suburban Faubourg Saint-Germain from 1727 to 1732 to the designs of the architect Jean Aubert the Elder. Originally built for the financier Abraham Peyrene de Moras, the house is still surrounded by three hectares (7.3 acres) of grounds. In 1820 it was given to the Société du Sacré-Coeur de Jésus, which converted the hotel into a boarding school for girls from aristocratic families, but in 1905 the school was forced to close due to laws concerning the separation of Church and State. The house was subdivided into lodgings, with plans to demolish the mansion entirely and replace it with a block of flats. Auguste Rodin rented several rooms on the ground floor in which to store his sculptures. The rooms became his studio, where he worked and entertained friends among the overgrown gardens. In 1909, Rodin, at the height of his fame, began to agitate for the Hôtel Biron to become a museum of his work. He made a bequest of his property, his archives and the contents of his studio at the time of his death, and the French government accepted in 1916. The museum opened in 1919.
Français : Jean Aubert: Hôtel Biron (1727-1732), VIIe arrondissement, Paris, France


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