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lynette marie pion bremer from valparaiso
Monday, 05-09-11 00:00
loved to see t he gleaners again. great website.
thanks.
lynette

Susan Knobel from Nashville, TN USA
Thursday, 04-08-11 19:33
WONDERFUL ! Beautiful!

Doug Knight from Sandy, UT USA
Tuesday, 02-08-11 19:07
I visited the Orsay today with my family. I have visited it before and was anxious to bring my family to this great museum. It is a true treasure. But I was very disappointed to see the "no photography" rule that has been implemented since my last visit. This makes no sense to me. We wanted to capture memories of our visit and your policy tarnished the visit. If the Louvre will allow photography, you should too. I hope this changes for my next visit.

Jo McFarlane from Wellington
Sunday, 31-07-11 23:41
This website is fantastic, and its beautiful layout and expansive information reminds me of my visits to your well laid out and very informative museum. Well done, I look forward to coming back!

Shivani Nandi from Louisville, USA
Monday, 25-07-11 22:48
Orsay Museum has the worlds best Impressionist collection and to actually go there and behold these majestic paintings is an unique experience in itself. My third visit in the past seven years was just last Thursday. The ban on photography which many are upset about was actually a boon since one doesnt have to contend with a certain kind of tourists who are more interested in snapping photographs than actually absorbing the beauty of the paintings. The day before visiting Orsay I was at the Louvre and had this rather unpleasant experience. A group of tourists moving in a pack were busy snapping pictures and talking noisily. Which was still bearable, until one of them had the audacity to ask a person who was gazing raptly at a painting to move aside - not so that she could take a beter look at it, but that she could take a photograph of her friend standing in front of the painting!

My only desire for improvement would be that at some point in future the titles of the paintings are translated into English. Having a few lines of explanation with each in English would be even better for those who dont understand any French at all. I cant wait to go back to visit the Orsay again to enjoy the glorious collection.

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