In the Footsteps of the Impressionists
After a quick visit to the Orangerie museum to see Monet’s Water Lilies, this hands-on workshop will have you create a family masterpiece inspired by Monet and the Impressionists.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have your family’s very own self-made impressionist painting hanging proudly in your living room?
In the Footsteps of the Impressionists is the perfect introduction to Impressionist art, combining a quick to a world class Impressionist museum (l’Orangerie) for inspiration and a fun-filled hands-on workshop where every member of the family will participate.
It all starts with a visit to Orangerie museum, which belongs to the Musée d’Orsay. Let your private art teacher take you the museum’s highlights, including Monet’s Water Lilies. This is a great way to get some inpiration for your next assignment.
After this quick 1/2 hour museum visit, hop aboard a mini van and let our chauffeur take you to a private art school in St Germain des Prés. In this cozy atmosphere, everyone will participate in the creation of a giant family Impressionist masterpiece using pastels. You and your children will draw your ideas while getting your inspiration from the impressionists’ paintings you saw at the museum.
This masterpiece is yours to keep of course. Hang it proudly on a wall at home, and each time you and your family will see it, it will take you back to that amazing holiday spent in Paris…
- A visit to the Musée de l’Orangerie to see Monet’s Water Lilies
- A private experienced art teacher
- A private art studio in Saint Germain Des Prés
- The creation of a family Impressionist masterpiece using pastels
|Price per family (6 people max)||
|Duration of the activity||3 hours|
|Minimum age||4 years|
|What is included:||
– Priority access to the Musée de l’Orangerie
– Transfer to the art school
– A private experienced art teacher
– A family painting that you can bring back home
They loved it:
Enjoyed by Vanessa and her family: “We have had a wonderful afternoon, thank you so much. Jessica was a great teacher and it was interesting to see everyone’s interpretations of les nympheas.”