By observing the paintings of Paris, we see that the capital is an incredible breeding ground for street scenes and atmospheres conducive to inspiration. The many Parisian districts are so many pretexts for painting and drawing. The roofs of buildings, Parisian squares such as Concorde, Contrescarpe or Place Furstenberg. For artists, Paris has many assets to put down your easel and take out the boxes of colors. St-Germain-des-Prés or the Marais are historic districts. The architecture, witness to the history of France, offers many details. Paint the Parisian benches, the Wallace fountains or the Morris columns.
Paris has many accessories. What would Place du Tertre and the Montmartre stairs be without the staircases and their slender lampposts?
Painting in Paris is a playground that allows you to contemplate a rich and dense urban landscape. Different eras coexist, but also different social levels.
Working-class districts like the east of the capital, trendy places like the Bastille or more upscale like the 16th arrondissement. Culture is not to be outdone either, with the student atmosphere of the Panthéon and the Sorbonne. So many rich atmospheres that allow many paintings of Paris to be made from various points of view.
Grand Palais with Alexander III bridge
Arc de Triomphe
Les Halles from Pompidou Center
The Frog & Roastbeef, english pub in Paris
Bookshops, bouquinists by the river Seine
Place de Passy, XVIth