Laurel Berger

From family home to mausoleum: the Musée Nissim Camondo

Edmund de Waal revisits Paris to tell the story of the banker, collector and family friend Count Moïse de Camondo and his tragic progeny

The Musée Nissim de Camondo. Credit: Alamy

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