The Orsay Gallery, famous for its much-loved collection of Impressionist masterpieces, fills an old train station. But while mainstream artists cranked out these ideal beauties, a revolutionary new breed of artists was painting a harsher reality. Now, artists were freed to delve into the world of colors, light, and fleeting impressions. Renoir paints a waltzing blur to capture not the physical details, but the intangible charm of a restaurant on Paris’ Montmartre. This is a place where locals and travelers alike congregate to marvel at Paris, or each other.