|This room, and another identical to it, were designed by Monet working closely
with the architect, Camille Lefèvre, specifically to accommodate the massive
paintings the artist was donating to the French government.
|The Louvre is marked in green, the Orsay in blue, and the Orangerie in orange (of course).
|A postcard from Paris--the Tuileries Orangerie around 1900.
|The Musee de l'Orangerie today. I wonder where the keep the orange trees now during the winter.
|The two levels of the Musee de l'Orangerie. The main entrance is on the upper level at the far left.
|The Orangerie might well be called the "Who's Who of Modern Art."
|Musée de l'Orangerie, reconstruction of Paul Guillaume's office.