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Impressionist Exhibition at the Musee Marmottan

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I'm leaving for Paris Tuesday, and just bought a ticket online for this Exhibition. I'm glad I went ahead and bought before getting to Paris, as they were already sold out for next week.
The Exhibition has around 50 privately owned works, many never shown publicly before, and is running until July, started sometime in Feb.
I saw some reviews on Trip Advisor just after buying my ticket, mostly highly praising the artworks, in spite of very long lines, but saying it was difficult once inside to see the paintings because of the crowds. And especially the large tour groups were hard get around.

Of course I'm still anxious to go, as it's an opportunity to see works I would never see again, but I was wondering if any of you have been, and if it was really too crowded. I'm also wondering what time of day might be best to avoid the crowds. Maybe lunch time? Some did say that it was OK in the area of the permanent collections, and at least I won't have to stand in line for the ticket!

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