The Orange Garden Art Museum is located on the banks of the Seine River and on the edge of the Concorde Square. It is basically across the river from the Osai Art Museum. Orange Garden Art Museum is relatively small, but it is a very popular museum. It waited for the opening of the museum early. The entrance has been queued up. Fortunately, the Museum Pass in hand can be used, so that the queue for tickets can be avoided. The main exhibits in the orange garden are Monet's eight giant "water lilies" in two oval-shaped exhibition halls. Natural light pours down through the glass ceiling. It's really shocking that giant famous paintings are bathed in natural light. Downstairs is the private collection of artist Paul Jiyom, mainly the works of some Impressionist painters.
It was for Monet's water lily masterpiece that he went to the Orange Garden Art Museum. There were also some early works of Picasso. Correct a mistake in the review: [Water lilies are allowed to take pictures, but flash is not allowed. Most museums in Paris have this requirement.) Students aged between 16 and 24 who hold the EU Student Card can enter the museum free of charge without queuing to buy tickets. It is OK to show their Student Card and Age Certificate when they enter the museum after direct security check-in.
The museum is small, but unexpectedly crowded, and people who queue for an hour and a half before closing can still circle the museum half an hour. Although Museum Pass can be purchased here, it's better to go to places where other people are less likely to collect tickets first, otherwise it will take a lot of time to line up in the non-pass line. Monet's giant water lilies are so beautiful that people can't linger.
There are eight giant "water lilies" in Monet and eight giant "water lilies" in the white oval exhibition hall. There are many other masterpieces in the fascinating museum, such as Picasso Rousseau Lausanne, which are worth seeing. It is very important for the cafe to exit again and have a coffee break for a while.
Orange Garden Gallery is a small gallery in front of the Louvre. If you like modern art, you should never miss it. There are not only Monet's famous paintings of water lilies, but also many other Impressionist and beast painters'works. You can rent an interpreter here, but there is no Chinese version, you can only listen to English.
The museum is small, but it's not so exciting. Even people who don't like to visit the museum can consider visiting it. Because there are eight giant oil paintings here, this is Monet's peak work "water lily" Series in 1914-1918. Sit down on a stool in the middle of the exhibition hall and surround it, feeling the subtle changes of Monet's garden in the four seasons and the day of the year quietly.
There are two queues in front of the gallery. One is for Museum Pass holders and Museum tickets, the other is for visitors who have nothing. The benefits of Museum Pass are reflected in the queue, which is basically accessible when it arrives, but the other queue has to queue for a long time to put in a group of people, and it takes a long time to get tickets after entering the library. Young people under the age of 26 remember to buy discount tickets. ~If you want to go to the Art Museum, you can buy the Orange Orchard Orchard Orchard Orchard Orchard Orchard Orchard Orchard Orchard Orchard Orchard Orchard Orchard Orchard Orchard Orchard Orchard Orchard Orchard Orchard Orchard Orchard Orchar Although there is a small sign banning photography on the orange garden leaflet, everyone is taking photos, and the administrator has not stopped it. The most famous orange garden is Monet's large decorative paintings of water lilies in his later years, all in the exhibition hall on the first floor. There are two exhibition halls on the first floor. Each exhibition hall is oval, showing four super-long water lilies. On the B1 floor of the orange garden is a souvenir shop, and on the B2 floor there are many Impressionist and later paintings on display. The corridor is full of Renoir paintings, as well as paintings by Picasso, Cezanne and other artists. And you can also rent Chinese audio guide, which is explained in many paintings. The orange garden is not big, but if you listen to the explanation for each painting, you can also spend a long time in it.
I really think it's worth a visit. I bought the ticket package for Orange Orchard Olympics. It's not a feeling of overcrowding in all kinds of paintings like Osser. The orange garden is very quiet and comfortable. You can sit in the middle of the exhibition hall and let Monet's large water lilies surround you on the wall with warm sunshine on top of his head. You can sit and think; you can watch four hours in Monet's eyes quietly. After the morning Olympics, the orange garden provided a more quiet and leisurely atmosphere for viewing paintings. Thank you for the appointment of an art gallery for the water lilies. (Panoramic photography is not very good, I hope you don't mind, but I strongly recommend buying tickets or pass; queuing is also faster.)
The Orange Garden Museum of Art in Paris is a museum with a high collection level. There are many works of world-class painters in the museum. Some of the 20-meter-long oil paintings are really skilled and have a profound artistic conception. They are definitely one of the museums that must be visited when they come to Paris.
To appreciate the water lily Les Nymph as, you need to look at the parts, stand in the middle of the chair, under the natural light of the roof, and feel quietly... It's like sitting next to Givini's pond... Sit here for a day, because with the different light, the picture will change subtly.