Monday, June 11, 2012

Musée Rodin - la fenêtre


On a cold, rainy Sunday in Paris, the Musée Rodin proved to be the perfect place.

Musée Rodin
79 rue de Varenne
75007 Paris
Métro: Varenne ou Invalides


Anita's Paris Party is still in full swing. Hop on over to her blog and see all of the blog offerings from around the world!

19 comments:

Vreni said...

This photo is full of atmosphere!

Elizabeth Eiffel said...

This looks fantastic without the colour.
Warm wishes

VP said...

The museum is great but the real fun is in the garden!

Cloudy said...

Fantastic, you feel transported back in time...

Servus and have a nice day
CL

Cezar and Léia said...

Brilliant composition dear Virginia, you are so talented, congratulations!
Léia

Catherine said...

A very nice window shot indeed....

Kate said...

One of my favorite museums in Paris, and I love having lunch there.

Katherine said...

I've always loved pictures taken through a window and have managed to take a few impressive ones myself - but this is lovely.

Starman said...

Any indoor place is perfect when it's cold.

Sandra van Doorn said...

quelle belle photo...je me demande ce qu’on voit par la fenêtre...

Kris said...

I love the angle of this image...beautiful!

La Mode Operandi said...

Never mind a museum, I want to live there!

Malyss said...

Nostalgic and beautyful!

Alexa said...

With one shot of a window, you've managed to capture the atmosphere of this house perfectly (and not a piece of art in sight!). Brava, V!

Palomasea said...

Gorgeous!
xoxo,
- Irina

Paris Rendez-vous said...

Ahhh....one of my favourite spots Virginia.

LA VIE EN ROSE said...

Gorgeous photo! that window is amazing! We visited the Musee Rodin a lot!! A beautiful place and the sculpture breathtaking!

Sharon
xxxx

Dawne Boynton Polis said...

Bonjour Virginia,
I am still trying to get to everyone on the Paris party that Anita hosted, and I'm Late! But it looks like you have a Paris Party here every day!!! Love this shot, and indeed all of them are wonderful! I, too, focus [ no pun here] on Paris and France in my work, and like you, I'm a retired art teacher.
I'll be following you now, and will take some time to go through your blog, savoring each Paris moment.
Thanks for sharing your vision of the City of Light!
Dawne

scott davidson said...

In a way, for an art-lover like myself, decorating our home is quite easy. I just please myself mostly, with my poor husband going along with most of my choices. I am always collecting beautiful things, like handicraft decorative pieces, little sculptures and hangings.
And I simply hang lovely paintings in all our rooms. Not all are originals of course, as who can afford many of those.
I order many prints on canvas from wahooart.com who have a vast collection of images from Western art, that you can choose to make economically-priced prints like this Interior in Aubergines, by Henri Matisse, http://en.wahooart.com/A55A04/w.nsf/Opra/BRUE-5ZKCMX, from there.
I can choose the frames as well and my orders are delivered quickly to my home.