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PA R I S I N D E P T H Impressions I am the man who accompanied Jacqueline Kennedy to Paris, and I have enjoyed it. —John F. Kennedy (1961) time tastes would change and plans the heavy, thick walls of Romanesque structures and allowed ceilings to soar, would be altered. walls to thin, and windows to proliferate. ANCIENT ROMAN Gothic interiors enticed churchgoers’ ( 1 2 5 B. C . – A . D. 4 5 0 ) gazes upward to high ceilings filled with France was Rome’s first transalpine con- light. Graceful buttresses and spires quest, and the legions of Julius Caesar soared above town centers.
On August 10, 1792, troops from Marseilles, aided by a Parisian mob, threw Louis XVI (1754–93) and his Austrian-born queen, Marie Antoinette (1755–93), into prison. 1814 Aided by a coalition of France’s enemies, especially England, the Bourbon monarchy under Louis XVIII is restored. ■ 1821 Napoleon Bonaparte dies. ■ 1824 Louis XVIII dies, and Charles X succeeds him. ■ 1830 Charles X is deposed, and the more liberal LouisPhilippe is elected king; Paris prospers as it industrializes. ■ Several months later, after countless humiliations and a bogus trial, they were guillotined at place de la Révolution (later renamed place de la Concorde) on January 21, 1793.
You’ll find some of the best examples of their works in the Musée d’Orsay. Impressionist greats include: Edouard Manet (1832–83), whose groundbreaking Picnic on the Grass (1863) and Olympia (1863) helped inspire the movement with their harsh realism, visible brushstrokes, and thick outlines; Claude Monet (1840–1926), who launched the movement officially in an 1874 exhibition in which he exhibited his Turner-inspired Impression, Sunrise (1874), now in the Musée Marmottan; Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841–1919), known for his figures’ ivory skin and chubby pink cheeks; Edgar Degas (1834–1917), an accomplished painter, sculptor, and draftsman—his pastels of dancers and bathers are particularly memorable; and Auguste Rodin (1840–1917), the greatest Impressionist-era sculptor, who 27 crafted remarkably expressive bronzes.