A delightful tour of Equinoxio’s virtual museum.
I could start with a small Renoir. Emil Bührle collection at the Maillol museum. 2019.
Claude Monet in his workshop at Giverny. The workshop has remained very much the same. The paintings have been replaced by – very good – copies. Most of the originals are at Orsay I believe.
“Love your world”. Latin quarter, Paris, 2019. To the right is a portrait of Tintin as an old gentleman.
I wouldn’t mind a little Rodin.
Baroness D. c. 1930, by Kees Van Dongen (1877-1968). Van Dongen was a Dutch painter who came to Montmartre in the early 20th century, experimenting with the “new crowd”. He later made a good living painting celebrities such as the Baroness D. or eventually, Brigitte Bardot. I wonder why the heirs of the Baroness felt necessary to dispose of her portrait? Short on cash maybe?
A Paris interior by Willy Ronis in…
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