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An Inspiring View


An Inspiring View

Between December 1897 and April 1898, one of the earliest masters of impressionism, Camille Pissarro, took up residence at the Hôtel du Louvre in Paris.

During his stay, Pissarro painted a number of views from his floor-to-ceiling windows and created some of his most significant series of urban paintings - “la Place du Théâtre Français”, “la Rue Saint-Honoré” and “l’Avenue de l’Opéra”, all at different seasons.

Today, the room where he stayed bears his name, and has been refurbished into a superb Presidential Suite, while uninterrupted views of the Opera Garnier that inspired the famous painter, can be enjoyed even from the Jacuzzi!


> Hôtel du Louvre (1855) | Paris, France