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Para los amantes del te ❤️ les recomiendo el clásico #fiveoclock de @alvearpalace en #LOrangerie ☕️ Les cuento la experiencia: llegas y el salón María Antonieta todo en dorado es como viajar en el tiempo, muchos mozos de saco rojo te atiende como una reina 👑 El menú es espectacular entre mini sándwiches súper #Gourmet hasta #petitfours y pequeñas croissants de chocolate y frambuesa, una porción de torta a elección y una copa de espumante cierran una tarde de película. Yo festeje mi cumpleaños número 34! Tiene un costo de $500 y es inolvidable! ⭐️
09:33 PM Jul 24, 2017
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@sophie_savelli
07:58 PM Jul 24, 2017
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@mrsdrdahl
Amedeo Modigliani, "Woman with a velvet ribbon," (1915). . "This portrait stands out for the purity and stylisation of the facial features. The figure, with its empty eyes without pupils, looks like an adaptation in painting of the experiments Modigliani carried out in his sculptures of Têtes [Heads] and in the drawings and sketches of Caryatids. It is a mask-like face that also reflects the artist’s interest in African and Oceanic Arts. The background, rendered entirely in curves, is a landscape, which is very unusual in Modigliani’s work. We can make out two trees, on the right and left of the model. The dark tones of the background provide a strong contrast with the face. The painter uses broken and modulated brushwork, leaving the white of the canvas visible. This form of “Divisionism” comes from Modigliani’s experiments in the period 1914-1915. It appears in a more radical form in his portraits of Pablo Picasso and Diego Rivera dated 1915. Only the hair and the black ribbon are rendered in a solid surface of deep black." . #postimpressionism #modigliani #amedeomodigliani #museedelorangerie #lorangerie #feminine #woman #fashion #africanart #oceanicart #art #arthistory #paris #france #history #tuileries #jardindestuileries #beauty
06:38 PM Jul 24, 2017
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12:59 AM Jul 25, 2017
@mrsdrdahl
Pierre-Auguste Renoir, "Pêches," (1881-1882). Museé de L'Orangerie, #Paris #France. . "Peaches and apples often provided inspiration for Renoir's still lifes. He painted this one in Normandy, near Dieppe, at the Château de Wargemont while he was staying with the Bérard family. The painting represents peaches in a white bowl, placed on a table covered with a white tablecloth. This Delftware bowl was typically used for meals in the Bérard household. It appears in several other still lifes that Renoir produced during this stay. A peach that has escaped from the container acts as a counterpoint to the pyramid of fruit. The fruit bowl seems to be viewed in profile, while the table appears to be viewed from above. The painter has therefore introduced multiple viewpoints, but the viewer's gaze is caught by the peaches in the centre. Beneath the apparent simplicity, Renoir has paid great attention to the composition. The white of the tablecloth and the fruit bowl contrast with the pink tones of the peaches and the background: wallpaper, fabric, or tapestry with leaf patterns in tones of green, reddish-brown and blue. This background seems to form a veritable landscape. This delicious work acted as a new pretext for Renoir to work on shapes and colours." . #museedelorangerie #lorangerie #impressionism #peaches #renoir #pierreaugusterenoir #art #arthistory #stillife #farmtotable #eatarainbow #summer #foodie #garden #history #nature #organic #seasonalfood #tuileries #jardindestuileries #jardin #fruit
06:13 PM Jul 24, 2017
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@mrsdrdahl
Claude Monet, "Water Lilies" (Nymphéas), 1920-1926. "The Musée de l’Orangerie houses 8 of the great #Nymphéas [Water Lilies] compositions by #Monet created from various panels assembled side by side. These compositions are all the same height (1,97m) but differ in length so that they could be hung across the curved walls of two egg-shaped rooms. The artist left nothing to chance with this set of paintings that he had long pondered over and that were displayed according to his wishes in conjunction with the architect Camille Lefèvre and with the help of Clemenceau. He planned out the forms, volumes, positioning, rhythm and the spaces between the various panels, the unguided experience of the visitor through several entrances to the room, the daylight coming in from above that floods the space when the sun is out or which is more discreet when the sun is masked by clouds, thus making the paintings resonate according to the weather... The whole set is one of the most vast and monumental creations in painting made in the first half of the 20th century and covers a surface area of 200m2. The dimensions and area covered by the painting envelop the viewer in over nearly 100 linear metres, where a landscape of water punctuated with water lilies, willow branches, reflections of trees and clouds unfolds, creating "the illusion of an endless whole, of a wave with no horizon and no shore" as Monet put it. The paintings and their layout echo in the orientation of the building, as the placement of scenes with sunrise hues are to the east and those with hues of the sunset are to the west. Thus, the representation of a continuum in time and space is materialised. In an equally suggestive way, the elliptical shape of the rooms draws out the mathematical symbol for infinity. The Water Lilies paintings at the Musée de l'Orangerie have sometimes had to contend with various events and happenings. In particular, the roof of the second room was damaged during the 1945 bombings..." #impressionism #art #nature #garden #giverny #monetsgarden #monetswaterlilies #claudemonet #jardin #jardindestuileries #museedelorangerie #lorangerie #paris #france #architecture
03:55 PM Jul 24, 2017
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@mrsdrdahl
PerfectIon. ... Claude Monet, "The Water Lilies -The Clouds," 1920-1926. Museé de L'Orangerie. Paris, France. . #art #claudemonet #monetsgarden #giverny #garden #jardindestuileries #jardin #lorangerie #paris #france #fleurs #museedelorangerie #gardenart #waterlilies #monet #Nymphéas
03:35 PM Jul 24, 2017
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12:59 AM Jul 25, 2017
@patriciaponte
"The kiss". #vscocam #vsco #vscogood #vscoparis #lorangerie
02:48 PM Jul 24, 2017
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@paulinenyrls
12:46 PM Jul 24, 2017
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@outpsyched
Konst you say? #monet #paris #lorangerie
09:15 AM Jul 24, 2017
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12:59 AM Jul 25, 2017
@brege_
get this. this is part of 'water lilies' by monet, as interpreted by a computer. not a scan, a reconstruction. by feeding it snapshots from l'orangerie of different parts of the frame, a program I'm running is able to redraw the image using a point cloud, similar to traditional 3D reconstruction, for a flat image. it turned out beautifully, yeah? 3544x1832. no giverny required. ~ from my "parisgrammetry" research I've working on, both stateside and in france. #waterlillies #monet #art #lorangerie #painting #paintingaday #photogrammetry #3dmodel #3dart #paint #proceduralart #procedural #3dartist #paris #parisart #3dmapping #software #programming
07:46 PM Jul 23, 2017
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@stefano_lombardi5
03:18 PM Jul 23, 2017
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@mel1s5a
Матушка вдохновляется картинами Ренуара 🤤 #париж #lorangerie #paris #ренуар #картины
01:00 PM Jul 23, 2017
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12:59 AM Jul 25, 2017
@merapadonde
09:56 AM Jul 23, 2017
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@makikomizoguchi
◉ 2017/07/20 ようやく行けました、結婚記念日ディナー! フォーシーズンズホテルの新しいレストラン「L'Orangerie」。 最初から最後まで素晴らしいお料理でした。 そして出てきたバターにビックリ🙄 なかなか手に入らないLe Ponclet。 これは…バターを超えたバター(?)。 バター博士の夫も唸っていました。 最高に美味しいバター暫定一位! • • #paris #france #fourseasonsgeorgev #lorangerie #leponclet #パリ #フランス #フォーシーズンズ
06:16 AM Jul 23, 2017
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@twinsandus
Table avec vue Petit souvenir d'hier soir . . . . . #chateaudefonscolombe #luxuryhotel #lorangerie #provence #myprovence #southoffrance #igerspaca #igersaixenprovence #aixenprovence #aixmaville
03:27 PM Jul 22, 2017
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