Musée de l'Orangerie is a Gallery
for Impressionist and Post Impressionist Paintings.
Orangerie is located in the Tuileries Gardens
facing Place de la Concorde and the Musee d'Orsay.
The Gallery has two Monet Rooms with 8 large Water Lilies paintings.
The permanent collection also contains
15 Cézanne, 10 Matisse, 12 Picasso, 25 Renoir, 9 Rousseau and 1 Sisley paintings.
Temporay Expos are also held at the Orangerie.
Napoleon III and Empress Eugenie decided the construction of the Orangerie in 1852
to become a winter home for the Oranges of the Tuileries gardens.
Claude Monet donates his water lily paintings
the future Orangerie Museum.
Renovation of the Orangerie.
Souvenirs about Orangerie