Paris : PhotoPoem # 6 : “Monet & Renoir at the Orangerie, Paris”

This post about Musee de l’Orangerie was originally written while my wife and I were in Paris late 2012 for about 6 weeks. It includes an homage poem I wrote back then to works of Monet and Renoir we saw in the circular museum housing Monet’s huge stretches of water lilies. If this Reblog sample tempts you to click to the original 2012 post (links updated), you’ll find info about visiting this and the d’Orsay across the Seine – plus lots more links to Paris-things of interest 🙂

ReBlog: 1st published 11.23.12 – updated 04.19.19

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Slumming in Paris Part SixParis PhotoPoems Series, #6 “Monet & Renoir at the Orangerie, oParis” –

1st published 11.23.12 – updated 04.19.19

Pictured Left : Slumming in Paris Part Six, With The Children: Movie Museum & Breakfast

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Paris : PhotoPoem # 6 : “Monet & Renoir at the Orangerie, Paris”

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Girls at the Piano, Renoir, l'Orangerie, circa 1892 Girls at the Piano, Renoir, l’Orangerie, circa 1892

http://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/orangerie/renoirimage.html

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“Friends In The Same House”

the orangerie

with

curved walls built to suit

the art of monet’s last works

yet

whose best friend

renoir

also graces the walls –

how suiting

one house

one

gallery

two friends

sharing space

sharing the shared fruit of their travels

in art

© 2012 felipe adan lerma

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Monet, "Argenteuil" l'Orangerie, circa 1975 Monet, “Argenteuil” l’Orangerie, circa 1975

https://www.musee-orangerie.fr/en/artwork/argenteuil

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