Friday, January 20, 2017

Art Gallery - Musée d'Orsay First Floor Gallery 08: Rusand to Whistler

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Musée d'Orsay First Floor Gallery 08: Rusand to Whistler
"Le Bain" (The Bath) - oil on canvas painting by Alfred Stevens (c.1867).
Paris, France - September 2016
The Musée d'Orsay in Paris, a former railway station converted into an art museum houses many artwork built dating from 1848 to 1914, including paintings, sculptures, furniture, and photography. It houses the largest collection of impressionist and post-Impressionist masterpieces in the world, by painters including MonetManetDegasRenoirSisley, and many other masters. It is one of the largest art museums in Europe.
Tip: When visiting the museum, go to the 5th Floor first as it houses art work by the impressionist.
These are the photos taken of the artwork at the museum, for presentation purposes and due to photography angle, many of these have been cropped, and edited to compensate for low lighting. It is better to visit the museum as nothing beats seeing the originals.

The first floor of the museum is very large and to manage the many number of pieces on display, I have separated the First Floor into several sections arranged in alphabetical order by the artists' names. This is page three of nine of the first floor, displaying artwork from Placide Poussielgue-Rusand to James Abbott McNeill Whistler. Click below to navigate to other sections:
Go to 1st Flr 07         |     Go To 1st Flr Main   |      Go to 1st Flr 09- Orientalism >


For easier orientation within the gallery, here is a floor layout plan of Level 2 (First Floor). The rooms are numbered from #51 to #72.
(Click here for Musee d'Orsay interactive Level 2 Floor Plan)

Below are the artwork, for enlarged view click on the respective photo:
"Calice et patène" (Chalice and paten) - gilt silver, painted enamel, semi-precious stone, pearls crucifis by Placide Poussielgue-Rusand (1874).


"Gabrielle Vien connue plus tard comme écrivain sous le pseudonyme de Marie Jade" (Gabrielle Vien later known as a writer under the pseudonym of Marie Jade) - oil on canvas painting by Armand Séguin (1893).


"Lamentation d'Orphée" (Lamentation of Orpheus) - oil on canvas painting by Alexandre Séon (c.1896).


"Les Glaciers, mer de Kara" (The Glaciers, Kara Sea) - oil on canvas painting by Alexander Sergejewitsch Borisov (1906).


"Le Talisman" (The Talisman) - oil on canvas painting by Paul Sérusier (1888).


"Ce que l'on appelle le vagabondage / Les chasseurs de Vincennes" (What is called vagrancy / The Hunters of Vincennes) - oil on canvas painting by Alfred Stevens (1854).


"La Jeune Fille et la Mort" (The Young Girl and Death) - oil on canvas painting by Marianne Stokes (c.1908).


"La Résurrection de Lazare" (The Resurrection of Lazarus) - oil on canvas painting by Henry Ossawa Tanner (1896).


"Le Christ et ses disciples sur la route de Béthanie" (Christ and his disciples on the road to Bethany) - oil on canvas painting by Henry Ossawa Tanner (1905).


"Une famille malheureuse" (An unhappy family) - oil on canvas painting by Octave Tassaert (1849).


"Siesta" - oil on canvas painting by Hans Thoma (1889).


"Evening / Le Bal" (Evening / The Ball) - oil on canvas painting by James Tissot (1878).


"Les Deux soeurs / Portraits dans un parc" (The Two Sisters / Portraits in a Park) - oil on canvas painting by James Tissot (1863).


"La Rêveuse / Soirée d'été" (The Dreamer / Summer Night) - oil on canvas painting by James Tissot (c.1876).


"La Danse au Moulin Rouge / La Goulue et Valentin le désossé" (The Dance at the Moulin Rouge / La Goulue and Valentin the boneless) - oil on canvas painting by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1895).


"Christ" - oil on canvas painting by Ville Vallgren (1889).


"Fleur brisée" (Flower broken) - oil on canvas painting by Giuseppe Pellizza da Volpedo (c.1903-1906).


"Le Sommeil de Madame Vuillard" (Madame Vuillard Asleep) - oil on canvas painting by Édouard Vuillard (c.1891-1892).


"En visite, les demoiselles Fornachon" (On a visit, the ladies Fornachon) - oil on canvas painting by Édouard Vuillard (c.1891-1892).


"Jeune Fille, la main sur la poignée de la porte" (Young Girl, hand on the handle of the door) - oil on canvas painting by Édouard Vuillard (1891).


"Intérieur de salon de thé Le Grand Teddy" (Interior of Tea Room The Grand Teddy) - tempera and pastel on paper laid down on canvas painting by Édouard Vuillard (1917).


"Le Cheval de pâturage" (The Grazing Horse) - pastel on cardboard painting by Édouard Vuillard (c.1890).


"La Soirée musicale" (The Music Evening) - pastel on cardboard painting by Édouard Vuillard (c.1896-1899).


"Jardins publics: fillettes jouant" (Public gardens: girls playing) - oil on canvas painting by Édouard Vuillard (1894).


"Painting with glue on canvas" (Public gardens: girls playing) - glue on canvas painting by Édouard Vuillard (1894).


"Hippolyte-Alfred Chauchard" - marble bust by Henri Weigele (1894).


"L'Homme à la pipe" (The Man with the Pipe) - marble bust by James Abbott McNeill Whistler (c.1859).


The first floor of the museum is very large and to manage the many number of pieces on display, I have separated the First Floor into several sections arranged in alphabetical order by the artists' names. This is page three of nine of the first floor, displaying artwork from Placide Poussielgue-Rusand to James Abbott McNeill Whistler. Click below to navigate to other sections:
Go to 1st Flr 07         |     Go To 1st Flr Main   |      Go to 1st Flr 09- Orientalism >


MUSEE d'ORSAY
1 Rue de la Légion d'Honneur, 75007 Paris, France.
Tel: +33-14049-4814
Hours: Friday to Wednesday -  9:30am to 6:00pm, Thursdays - 9:30am to 9:45pm
(Closed on Mondays & hours for Armitice Day may differ).
Webpage: http://www.musee-orsay.fr/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/museedorsay/
GPS: 48.85996, 2.32656
(Click here for Google Street View)
(Click here for Google Street Rear View - entry & tickets are here)







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Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Art Gallery - Musée d'Orsay First Floor Gallery 07: Mélingue to Roussel

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Musée d'Orsay First Floor Gallery 07: Mélingue to Roussel
"Hésiode et la Muse" (Hesiod and the Muse) - oil on canvas painting by Gustave Moreau (1891).
Paris, France - September 2016
The Musée d'Orsay in Paris, a former railway station converted into an art museum houses many artwork built dating from 1848 to 1914, including paintings, sculptures, furniture, and photography. It houses the largest collection of impressionist and post-Impressionist masterpieces in the world, by painters including MonetManetDegasRenoirSisley, and many other masters. It is one of the largest art museums in Europe.
Tip: When visiting the museum, go to the 5th Floor first as it houses art work by the impressionist.
These are the photos taken of the artwork at the museum, for presentation purposes and due to photography angle, many of these have been cropped, and edited to compensate for low lighting. It is better to visit the museum as nothing beats seeing the originals.

The first floor of the museum is very large and to manage the many number of pieces on display, I have separated the First Floor into several sections arranged in alphabetical order by the artists' names. This is page three of nine of the first floor, displaying artwork from Lucien-Étienne Mélingue to Ker-Xavier Roussel. Click below to navigate to other sections:
Go to 1st Flr 06             |            Go To 1st Flr Main             |            Go to 1st Flr 08 >


For easier orientation within the gallery, here is a floor layout plan of Level 2 (First Floor). The rooms are numbered from #51 to #72.
(Click here for Musee d'Orsay interactive Level 2 Floor Plan)

Below are the artwork, for enlarged view click on the respective photo:
"Le prévôt des marchands étienne Marcel et dauphin Charles" (Marcel, provost of merchants, and Dauphin Charles) - oil on canvas painting by Lucien-Étienne Mélingue (1879).


"Charles Cottet" - oil on canvas painting by Émile-René Ménard (1896).


"une mendiante" (The Beggar)- oil on canvas painting by Hugues Merle (1861).


"L'enfance de Sixte-Quint / Diseuse de bonne aventure" (The childhood of Sixtus V / The Fortune teller) - oil on canvas painting by Gustave Moreau (1853-1854).


"L'enlèvement d'Europe" (The kidnapping of Europe) - oil on canvas painting by Gustave Moreau (1869).


"Orphée" (Orpheus) - oil on canvas painting by Gustave Moreau (1865).


"Galatée" (Galatea) - oil on canvas painting by Gustave Moreau (c.1880).


"Jason / Jason et Médée" (Jason / Jason and Medea) - oil on canvas painting by Gustave Moreau (1865).


"Le Grand Escalier de l'Opéra" (The Grand Staircase of the Opera) - oil on canvas painting by Victor Navlet (c.1880).


"Yvette Guilbert" - polychromed glazed sandstone portrait with oak frame by Henry Nocq (1893).


"Vision de sainte Genevièvet" (Vision of Saint Genevieve) - oil on canvas painting by Alphonse Osbert (1892).


"Le M'Bomou où se treuvent des rapides successifs" (The MBomou with successive rapids) - oil on canvas painting by Alphonse Osbert (?).


"La Buveuse d'absinthe / Buveuse accoudée" (The Absinthe Drinker / Buveuse Elbow) - oil on canvas painting by Pablo Picasso (1901).


"Ours blanc" (White Bear) - stone sculpture by François Pompon (c.1923-1933).


"Ophélie" (Ophelia) - Thiébaut Bronze cast by Antoine-Augustin Préault (1876).


"La Chanteuse / Le Salut de la divette" (The Singer / The Salvation of the Divette) - oil on canvas painting by René-Xavier Prinet (1909).


"Lustral" - tempera on canvas painting by Paul Ranson (1891).


"Les Yeux clos" (The Closed Eyes) - Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard painting by Odilon Redon (1890).


"Portrait de la baronne Robert de Domecy" (Portrait of Baroness Robert de Domecy) - Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard painting by Odilon Redon (1900).


"Paul Gauguin" - Oil on canvas painting by Odilon Redon (1903-1905).


"Le Sommeil de Caliban" (The Sleep of Caliban) - Oil on canvas painting by Odilon Redon (1889-1890).


"Fuite en égypt" (Escape in Egypt) - Oil on canvas painting by Odilon Redon (1840-1916).


"Exécution sans jugement sous les rois maures de Grenade" (Execution without trial under the Moorish kings of Granada) - Oil on canvas painting by Henri Victor Regnault (1870).


"Scène historique" (Historical scene) - Oil on canvas painting by Henri Victor Regnault (1866).


"Automédon remenant les coursiers d'Achille des bords du Scamandre" (Automedon restoring the Achilles steeds from the banks of the Scamandre) - Oil on wood painting by Henri Victor Regnault (1868).


"Juan Prim, 8 octobre 1868" (Juan Prim, 8 October 1868) - Oil on wood canvas by Henri Victor Regnault (1869).


"La Terrasse" (The Terrace) - Oil on wood canvas by Ker-Xavier Roussel (1892).


"L'Enlèvement des filles de Leucippe" (The Abduction of the Girls of Leucippe) - Oil on wood canvas by Ker-Xavier Roussel (1911).

The first floor of the museum is very large and to manage the many number of pieces on display, I have separated the First Floor into several sections arranged in alphabetical order by the artists' names. This is page three of nine of the first floor, displaying artwork from Lucien-Étienne Mélingue to Ker-Xavier Roussel. Click below to navigate to other sections:
Go to 1st Flr 06             |            Go To 1st Flr Main             |            Go to 1st Flr 08 >

MUSEE d'ORSAY
1 Rue de la Légion d'Honneur, 75007 Paris, France.
Tel: +33-14049-4814
Hours: Friday to Wednesday -  9:30am to 6:00pm, Thursdays - 9:30am to 9:45pm
(Closed on Mondays & hours for Armitice Day may differ).
Webpage: http://www.musee-orsay.fr/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/museedorsay/
GPS: 48.85996, 2.32656
(Click here for Google Street View)
(Click here for Google Street Rear View - entry & tickets are here)







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You are at - Jotaro's Blog / Footsteps / Europe 2016 - Art Gallery / Musée d'Orsay / 1st Flr / Gallery 1-07: Mélingue to Roussel      |     Go To - Gr Flr / 5th Flr Impressionists
If you like this, view my other blogs at Jotaro's Blog
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