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Musée d'Orsay

The Musée d'Orsay was a French art museum located in Paris. By the early 21st century, they exposed works by painters such as Vincent van Gogh (TV: Vincent and the Doctor) and Toulouse-Lautrec. (PROSE: The Story of Fester Cat)

The Eleventh Doctor and Amy Pond took Vincent van Gogh to the Musée d'Orsay to show him his legacy. (TV: Vincent and the Doctor)

History[]

In August 2007, Paul Magrs, Jeremy, and Panda saw works by Toulouse-Lautrec in the Musée d'Orsay on their holiday in Paris. (PROSE: The Story of Fester Cat)

Between 17 March and 29 August 2010, the museum hosted a van Gogh exhibit. (TV: The Lodger) The Eleventh Doctor and Amy Pond visited the exhibit, and in van Gogh's painting The Church at Auvers, they noticed a face in one of the windows. This prompted them to go back in time to see Vincent.

During that time, the Eleventh Doctor and Amy Pond visited the museum's van Gogh exhibit. In van Gogh's painting The Church at Auvers, they noticed a face at one of the windows. This prompted them to go back in time to see Vincent.

After a few days, the Doctor and Amy returned with Vincent in tow. They returned to the exhibit and the Doctor questioned Dr Henry Black as to his thoughts on Vincent van Gogh. Telling them that he thought of van Gogh as the greatest artist of all time, Black pushed Vincent to tears.

After taking Vincent back to his own time, the Doctor and Amy returned once more to see if anything had changed. Only two things had; there was no more creature at the window of the church, and his Vase with Twelve Sunflowers was dedicated to Amy. (TV: Vincent and the Doctor)

Craig Owens had a poster for the van Gogh exhibit on his fridge. (TV: The Lodger)

In the year 3110, the museum was run by a Silurian. The Doctor saved the museum from a giant amoeba that liked the taste of paint, and in return was allowed to select one painting to keep. He chose his favourite painting, The Pandorica Opens, by Vincent van Gogh. The museum had called it, Blue Box Exploding. (PROSE: The War of Art)

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