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How Uniworld Showcases French Art and Scenery

New for 2017, Uniworld’s “Paris & Impressions of the Seine” itinerary features several excursions that highlight the Impressionist art movement, from museums showcasing Impressionist paintings to the natural landscapes that inspired Monet, van Gogh, and other masters. Here’s a peek at what you can expect along the journey—sidewalk Parisian cafés, lily ponds, and quaint villages very much included.
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1 Rue de la Légion d'Honneur, 75007 Paris, France
Small enough to get around without being overwhelmed, the Musée d'Orsay is a favorite stop in Paris not just for its size but for its collection of Impressionist, Postimpressionist, and art nouveau art. Perfectly set in the center of the city, on...
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Giverny, France
The sun was warm and had a different illumination that came through this photograph of Monet's gardens. This father and child felt like a moment in time captured that could be 1811 or 2011.
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Rouen, France
Monet immortalized the city of Rouen and, specifically, its Gothic cathedral in his series of more than 30 oil paintings that depict the soaring structure at different times of day and year. Uniworld guests will join an art expert for a guided...
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Le Havre, France
The port of Le Havre plays an important role in the formation of Impressionism, for it was Monet’s painting of the port—“Impression, Sunrise”—that gave the art movement its name. Uniworld guests will get the chance to explore the city and view the...
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95430 Auvers-sur-Oise, France
Famed post-Impressionist Vincent van Gogh only lived in Auvers-sur-Oise for two months, but he worked here feverishly, completing more than 70 paintings during his stay. Many of them portray the village itself, which lies to the northwest of Paris...