Housed in a train station built for the 1900 World's Fair, the Musée d'Orsay is known throughout the world for its rich collection of Impressionist paintings including masterpieces as iconic as the Bal au Moulin de la galette from Renoir or The room at Arles de Van Gogh. Its collections include works of architecture, decorative arts and photography in addition to traditional artistic fields (painting, sculpture, graphic arts). They thus draw a broad panorama of French and European art from 1848 to 1914.

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Signac collector

11 October 2021 13 February 2022
For the past fifteen years, collecting has been the subject of renewed interest, and has been the subject of numerous studies, exhibitions and publications. In this context, the Signac collection is a real textbook case because it reflects the viewpoint and biases of an artist who was particularly active on the art scene of his time. The collaboration with the Signac archives, which preserve, in addition to the...

Cinema at last! Arts, images and shows in France (1833-1907)

27 September 2021 16 January 2022
At the dawn of the XXᵉ century, cinema is just as much, if not more, a way of appropriating the world, bodies and representations, than a machine or a medium. An eminently social and popular new look, it was the product of an urban culture fascinated by the movement of beings and things and eager to make a spectacle of "modernity."...

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