Musée D'Orsay // Dominique Corbasson


Built between 1898 and 1900 this Beaux Arts style building was constructed originally as the Gare D’Orsay, but eventually closed as a railway station, and finally converted and opened as a wonderful art museum in 1986 that houses the world’s largest collection of impressionist and post-impressionist works. This aerial view encompasses the Seine in the foreground, the Musée D’Orsay and Paris’s rooftops in the middle ground, and a gray sky and the Eiffel Tower in the distance painted in a masterfully informal manner that is steeped in the atmosphere of Paris. 

This museum quality Giclée is produced using archival pigment inks on the finest 100% rag archival paper. Each limited edition print is custom trimmed by hand. Available framed and unframed.

Limited Edition of 300 Prints

Dominique Corbasson is a distinguished French artist and illustrator born in Paris. Her work has been widely exhibited in galleries from Paris to Tokyo. Clients such as Chanel, Vogue, Hermes, and Tiffany's have sought out her talents for obvious reasons. Her images have not only appeared in magazines such as Vanity Fair, Cosmopolitan, Maison Magazine and many others, but are the basis for several exceptional illustrated books that depict Paris and Brittany as well as numerous children's books. More

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