What I See In Paris — Mary Marquiss
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15 x 14 mixed media ready to hang in a 24 x 23 copper and wood frame with an inside copper fillet inside the mat and glass. “These are the places I visit as often as possible when I’m in Paris. Oh yes. And the Debauve and Gallais chocolate shop that opened in 1779 is near these too!
Sainte Chapelle – Protected the Crown of Thorns. 15 windows are each 50-feet tall. A jewel box filled with sparkling light.
Musee d’Orsay –A former Beaux-Arts railway station built in 1900 – the largest collection of Impressionist masterpieces in the world.
L’Orangerie – Monet’s waterlilies are here – in a massive, circular room
Musee de Cluny – Third century Roman baths and former Abby hold a unique collection of art. This is often overlooked.
Jardin des Tuileries – 55 acres of gardens along the Seine River leading to the Louvre.
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