Had an awesome time . Different than Louvre. Many more modern paintings. Found even a Van Gogh self portrait that was not in Van Gogh museum Amsterdam. The gift shop was not so big.
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This was our second time here in just one year and we loved everything about this museum. a 'Must see' when you go to Paris! All such beautiful works of impressionists art and sculptures! Loved it!!
The D'Orsay has a focus on impressionist art and it does not disappoint. The museum has many other galleries with artists ranging from Toulouse-Letrec to Van Gogh, plus a multitude of sculptures especially in the grand halls of the centre of the museum. Housed in...More
We had heard that the Orsay's collections were mostly modern art which isn't our cup of tea. Upon further study we learned that the fifth floor is full of impressionist paintings by celebrated artists. 234 Monet paintings? They were fantastic along with many other noted...More
Our choice of number one attraction in Paris. Simply stunning. Go early to avoid queues. The cafes inside are reasonably priced (unlike The Louvre). Great shop. Breathtaking masterpieces.
Whether you are a fan of Impressionist paintings, you will love the rich and diverse collections of this museum. The architecture was designed for a train station, so it's open and spacious. IF you are planning to stay in the city for a while, you...More
The Gare dOrsay railway station that now houses some amazing impressionist and post impressionist art is definitely worth a visit whilst your in Paris. We particularly loved Manet and Monet's work. Looking at Van Gogh's self portraits were spectacular and breathtaking as was his painting...More
I should start by saying that Impressionism and Post Impressionism are my two favorite schools of art and so this was one of my favorite sights in our 8 day stay in Paris. The museum is housed in a renovated 19th train station that sits...More
I'm not a great fan of museums in general but this one certainly brings you great examples of the arts from renowned historical figures e.g Vincent van Gogh and so on.