on January 4, 2012
Particularly, I was more interested by this than by the Louvre museum. This has a modern architecture in its interior, and well lit. The D'Orsay is also visible during the boat trip on the Seine River, having a beautiful facade with a central clock once illuminating the façade during the night and being a great window into the interior during the day.What caught my attention in this museum was the selection of works exhibited there, having a large selection of works by very famous artists like Van Gogh, Monet, Degas, Renoir and many others. In this museum, I could see the pictures which I had the first contact when small. The feeling of watching the pictures and get ahead of one which you had contact for a long time ago is very exciting because it exploits the memory to try to remember names of artists and works. Power check closely such beauty and perfection in the features and techniques that had previously been seen only on paper or computer.OD'Orsay also has beautiful rooms, showing care in painting the walls with carved details. The ceilings are also well done, following the designs of the walls, and decorated with grand chandeliers.One of the paintings that caught my attention was "Ales Room in" Van Gogh because this painting has been used by a drawing teacher who was teaching me about perspective. From this table, which despite not having a single perspective, I managed to learn a key part in a drawing.Visit these museums, being in contact with known and important works was very good for my training. So I could learn about the different techniques of paintings are represented in his time and region. Being in touch with the architecture of old buildings reestaurados makes us realize the great road we have traveled on the issues of design and architecture, we see that our creations come to a more futuristic style, following the idea of Less is more.
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