The art collection at the Hôtel Brighton includes almost 60 pieces. When you arrive, you are greeted by a bust of Corneille van Clève, with the white marble providing a striking contrast with its grey wall setting.
In the breakfast room, The Fécamp Cliffs, a painting by Roseline Granet, opens up a perspective like a window on the Côte d’Albâtre and its white chalk cliffs - in the heart of Paris! Roseline Granet also has sculptures at the Hôtel d’Orsay and the Hôtel des Saints Pères, two of our other 4-star hotels in Paris.
In each room at the Hôtel Brighton an authentic painting or engraving is on display, taken from a collection that is regularly enriched by our purchases inspired by a love of beautiful objects.
Some of the works are dominated by a single colour, such as the Portrait of a Man in a Brown Redingote, the Portrait of a Woman in the Red Stole, the Portrait of a Man in a Red Winter Coat or the Portrait of a Woman in a Red Dress. The paintings often depict charismatic figures from the 18th or 19th century, who mark the rooms with their personality and their presence, like a friend watching over you during your stay.
Other themes are like an invitation to a journey or a dream: animal engravings, such as the birds of paradise, a capriccio representing antique ruins or the Fashion Engraving for Men.
On each occasion there is a new tale to tell at the Hôtel Brighton. A new story in a new decor, because here each room is unique.