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Berlioz’s home in Montmartre (1)

    Unless otherwise stated all pictures on this page have been scanned from engravings, postcards and other publications in our own collection. All rights of reproduction reserved.


    Berlioz and Harriet Smithson lived in Montmartre from 1834 to 1836; at the time Montmartre was not part of Paris, but a separate village.

View from outside


Date of painting 1910

This reproduction is from our own collection.

Berlioz’s home and the Hunting Lodge of Henry IV


Date of painting 1917

Berlioz’s house is in the lower left corner of the painting. A reproduction of this painting is in our own collection.


Date of painting: before 1920

Berlioz’s house is at the end of the wall on the right. The above is a reproduction of a painting on a postcard in our collection.

Another painting of the above view


The original of this unsigned painting (gouache on thick and cream paper) is in our own collection. It is an imitation of Utrillo’s painting.



Date of painting 1923

We are most grateful to our friend Fumie Sakurai for sending us a printed reproduction of this painting.

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