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The Orsay Museum, Episode 15

Orsay Museum: Van Gogh Painting
Night Over the Rhone River Valley by Van Gogh

The Orsay Museum in Paris

On today’s episode Elyse takes us to the wonderful Musée
d’Orsay in the heart of Paris. The Orsay is a favorite of
Americans and for good reason: you will see more impressionist
and post-impressionist here than anywhere else in the world.
Manet, Monet, Renoir, Van Gogh, Toulouse-Lautrec, they are all
there and they’re all magnificent. This is the museum for both
people who normally don’t visit art museums, and for the
sophisticated art connoisseurs. Have you been? Did you love it? Are you still undecided? We help you think it through on this episode.
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Cluny Museum Walking Tour, Episode 8

Entrance of the Cluny Museum in Paris
Entrance of the Cluny Museum in Paris



The Cluny Museum

This week Elyse takes us to the Cluny Museum, also called the Musée National du Moyen Age. This museum is a lesser known jewel, and well-worth a visit. There you will see The  Lady and the Unicorn, the Roman Baths, the stained glass up-close and the statue heads from Notre Dame that angry revolutionaries had thrown in the Seine river.


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