Visit to our Friends in Paris
September 6–12, 2015

    • His studio was filled with priceless art. They have all been moved to museums.
    • “The Bathers”
      • Sacre Coeur.
        • The Père Lachaise Cemetery—where many world figures are interred.
        • Jim Morrison
        • Oscar Wilde
        • Don't know who he is but he looks cool!
          • More Alice, with hearts.
          • There were memorials to concentration camp victims.
            • Edith Piaf
            • Actually ‘Fredric’
            • Author of “Gigi”.
            • Héloïse and Abélard—12th century star-crossed lovers.
            • The cemetery is still active.
            • A great dinner, but we were accidentally overcharge by 10 times! We got the refund by the end of the trip.
            • Musée D’Orsay. We waited an hour in the rain to get in, but it was worth it.
            • Their version of King Kong.
                • Biting his neck in hell. Dante, Virgil and daemons are in the background.
                • Late 19th century perfection.
                • The Gleaners
                • by Camille Pissarro. No relation.
                • There was a wall of these caricatures.
                • Édouard Manet: “Olympia” created quite a stir.
                  • Toulouse-Lautrec
                    • Degas
                    • Renoir
                    • We think the grouchy guy on the right is the artist.
                    • Monet. Our aunt painted a copy.
                    • Renior
                    • Gauguin
                    • NO PHOTOS! In this gallery.
                    • Probably the most dramatic painting in the museum.
                    • by Rodin
                    • The “snack bar”
                      • Salade Niçoise