Sunday, 15 May 2011


       If the Louve is too daunting for you, or if you are just short of time, then the Orangerie is your best bet for a quick, quality art hit.  Located at the far end of Jardin des Tuileries, this is a beautiful experience.  At entrance level there are two perpose built oval rooms that house Monet's Decoration des Nympheas. 

Displayed in diffused natural light, you could spend a whole day sitting and pondering these works.

On the lower level is the collection of Paul Guillaume, a fantastic survey of early 20th century art, including,




1 comment:

  1. Mes chers Monsieur Brown et Pierre,
    Je voyage en esprit
    a Paris
    avec vous,
    Les musees, les terraces - j'adore tout!
    Bisous et coucou,
    Lisa et Tom xx