Paris has always been the source of inspiration and romantic atmosphere for all people in love. Moreover, it is the world’s leading economical, cultural, and political center:
- One of the first universities was founded here, the University of Paris.
- Paris was the platform for French Revolution and the place of other important historical events.
- It is a Mecca for thousands of poets, writers, artists and photographers.
- Paris is the second most expensive city in the world according to 2015 worldwide cost of living survey made by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
Place for Two Hearts
If you are thinking about a place to spend your holiday with the beloved one or celebrate the wedding anniversary with your spouse, Paris is the best spot you can imagine. Admire thousands of lights illuminating the city at night, take a look at famous historic buildings and splendid sights, lose yourself in gorgeous gardens and exquisite parks, walking along winding alleys and beautiful lawns. Then indulge in a fascinating cruise down the Seine marveling dazzling Paris views. Cap it all off by visiting the Louvre, the most famous art museum in the world.
The City of Art
In the Louvre you can take a peek at Egyptian antiquities, Greek and Roman sculptures, masterpieces of the Renaissance collection. But it is not the only Parisian art museum – the capital of France is teeming with hundreds of museums and galleries, like The Musée d’Orsay or The National Museum of Modern Art at the Centre Pompidou. There are also many art shops offering cityscape art for sale. Here you can linger over cityscape art prints and buy a painting or a photograph for your interior. After you visit so many art places you will definitely want to bring home a piece of Paris – perhaps, a wonderful cityscape painted by a renowned artist – just to keep a small reminder of the trip and to awaken your spirit each time you look at it.
“Paris of my Dreams” is one of the best artworks by Leonid Afremov, a well-known impressionist artist of mixed Russian-Jewish origin. This piece of cityscape art is made in oil with a palette knife. This technique allowed the artist to create a prominent illusion of fireworks sparkling with thousands of lights and colors over the Eiffel Tower, the first symbol of Paris. This is how the city can be imprinted in your memory, in its vibrant colors and bright lights.
Framed wall art