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Had the great pleasure of visiting Musée d’Orsay during my three day stint in Paris. Unfortunately, I only had a few hours to browse around the museum and could only take note of a handful of works that I really enjoyed. The pictures themselves definitely don’t do these pieces any justice, but I gathered the best quality images I could find on google. It was such a memorable experience seeing these in person and I definitely will go back again in my lifetime, but for now this post will have to do.

Allée de Peupliers aux Environs de Moret-sur Loing, Alfred Sisley

Bergere avec son Troupeau, Jean-Francois Millet

Bouquet de Fleurs des Champs dans un vase a long col, Odilon Redon

Cain, Fernand Common

Champs de Tulipes en Hollande, Claude Monet

Chrysanthemums, Claude Monet

Cimetiere de Saint Privat, Alphonse de Neuville

Danseuses, Pierre Bonnard

Egalité Devant la Mort, William Bouguereau

Esquisse Definitive pour le Decor du plafond de l’opera de Paris, Jules Lenepveu

Execution sans jugement, Henri Regnault

Femme en Prier a Saint Marc de Venise, Ernest Meissonier

Femmes au Puits, Paul Signac

La Chasse de Diane, Arnold Bocklin

La Couronement de Nicolas II, Henri Gervex

La Place des Pyramides, Guiseppe de Nittis

La Rue Montorgueil, Claude Monet

Labourage Nivernais, Rosa Bonheur

L’Air du Soir, Henri-Edmond Cross

Le Cathedrale de Rouen, Claude Monet

Le Chevalier aux Fleurs, Georges Rochegrosse

Le Sahara, Gustave Guillaumet

Le Seul Oiaeau qui vole au-dessus des Nauges, Andre Devambez

Les Andelys, Paul Signac

L’Escalier de L’Opera, Victor Navlet

L’hotel des Roches Noires, Claude Monet

Porte de L’Enfer, Auguste Rodin

Reve de Bonheur, Dominique Papety

Vaincu, George Hitchcock

Vision, Alphonse Osbert