Paris for art lovers
Touring Paris for its great artists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
The Louvre Museum in Paris houses 35,000 works of art drawn from eight departments, displayed in more than 645,000 square feet of exhibition space. (Dec. 8, 2009)
The oldest house in Montmartre, where Auguste Renoir, Maurice Utrillo, Suzanne Valadon and Raoul Dufy once lived, is now home to he Montmartre museum. (Oct. 16, 2012)
The Sacre-Coeur basilica in Paris' Montmartre district. (April 12, 2013)
A cafe in Montmartre, Paris. (April,14, 2013)
Saint Rustique, the oldest street in Montmartre, Paris, is close to the Sacre-Coeur Basilica. (Oct. 16, 2012)
At 1622 Moulin de la Galette in Montmartre, you can enjoy snacks, singing and readings. (Sept. 8, 2012)
People look at paintings in the Place du Tertre (Tertre square) in Paris' Montmartre district. (Sept. 7, 2012)
People sit in front of the Sacre Coeur basilica in Paris' Montmartre district. (April 14, 2013)
Paris' Moulin Rouge Cabaret. (Oct. 31, 2010)
The "Auberge Ravoux," the house where Vincent Van Gogh lived during the last three months of his life (from May to July 1890), is in Auvers-sur-Oise. The small village is just a one-hour train ride north of Paris. (Oct. 12, 2002)
The gravestones where Vincent Van Gogh and his brother Theodore stand in Auvers-sur-Oise, a small village north of Paris. The works Vincent produced during his short time in Auvers would be among his best loved. (Oct. 12, 2002)
The Church at Auvers in France was one of van Gogh's subjects in Auvers-Sur-Oise.
A landscape near Auvers-sur-Oise that inspired Vincent Van Gogh. (Oct., 12, 2002)