Prior to becoming the museum it is today, in the 1900s, the Musée d'Orsay was first a train station, known as the Gare d'Orsay. This clock was part of the original train station and a reminder of what the building used to be. Looking through the clock, you can see some buildings on the other side of the Seine. It is a wonderful photo spot to capture your silhouette.
Museum-quality giclée print in a semi-hardwood frame from renewable forests. Frame is .75” thick, lightweight, and comes with an acrylite front protector and hanging hardware.
Original digital painting by Emily Liu
Larger sizes of this print are available as an unframed Art Print.