A delightful tour of Equinoxio’s virtual museum.



I could start with a small Renoir. Emil Bührle collection at the Maillol museum. 2019.

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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 The paintings have been replaced by – very good – copies.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.

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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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6 thoughts on “My virtual museum

  1. If you can’t get out to museums, virtual museums are a great way to see the art you love. Excellent choices, Holly.

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