MUSEE DE L’ORANGERIE, PARIS, FRANCE
Is an art gallery of impressionist and post-impressionist paintings.
Located in the west corner of the Tuileries Gardens next to the Place de la Concorde in Paris.
Behind the lion sculpture is a stone corridor that can see the Seine River or La Seine.
The entrance to the Musee De L’Orangerie, Just the name is so cute ” the Orange Museum.
Here exhibit impressionist art is world famous. Collect by Jean Water and Paul Guillaume. They collect only the masterpieces, unique, such as the water lily of Mone. Nice for people like impressionism art.
Actual size of the water lily is very large, lovely color and details is very beautiful (compare from the proportion of the visitors).
The atmosphere inside the oval room open jazz music to encourage the visitors to enjoy with paintings.
View from the balcony 2nd floor down into you can be found with the painting of lion welcome everybody (Paul Gauguin works) and exhibits both floors.
Here, The size of painting is not large like Musee Du Louvre except the water lily of Mone.
First, I thought the image will be large size (estimate from billboard along on the street) but the actual size is small.
Some images was taken to repair or to exhibit elsewhere. The museum do labels inform the visitors.
The atmosphere in the museum, Almost in every room we can see some seats for visitors viewing art.
Showcasing both sides. For here you must come many times because there are many paintings really.
The apartment model of Gauguin still sentiments of every detail perfect such as photo frames, tables, chairs, beds, etc.
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Conclusion :Art makes life back to calm and concentrate. Worth very much to visit.
Address : Musée de lOrangerie, Jardin des Tuileries, 75001 Paris. Located in the Jardin des Tuileries.
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♡ Author by Pratyumon Soontornmitrapab at Singhato Studio.
♡ Date 30 September 2011