Afternoon at the Louvre

It sounds like the title of an Impressionist painting, doesn’t it? During my recent day trip to Paris, I decided to visit the Louvre and particularly a temporary exhibit of Vermeer. I had to orchestrate things carefully to catch my evening train since my timed entry to Vermeer was quite late and the two lines for entry took about an hour. So, I did things backwards. I ate lunch in the museum restaurant, then shopped in the museum gift shop. Then I headed to the top floors to view the European painters and stayed totally clear of Mona Lisa and David. This is what I liked the most…

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About julijoyeux

I am looking to find myself in France. When I do, I'll share my pictures and stories with you!
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6 Responses to Afternoon at the Louvre

  1. Marjorie Koval says:

    The winter scene looks Russian! Steve and I will be interested to know how you compare Russia with Europe!

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  2. C says:

    Fun tour. Who did the landscape? I like it!!!
    Wanting to do LACMA when I get home.

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