1 Alfred Stevens - The Bath;
This artist was famed for his images of upper-class Parisian women, who are usually dressed fashionably and posed in the interiors of their apartments.
2 Alfred Sisley - Boat in the Flood at Port Marly
Depicting the 1876 flood at the town the artist was living in at that moment.
3 James Tissot - The Dreamer
Tissot was an anglophile known for his depiction of London and Parisian society. Pictured here is his mistress and model, Kathleen Newton.
4 Claude Monet - The Magpie
One of the most ambitious of Monet's winter landscape pieces, this work was purchased by the French state.
5 Gustave Caillebotte - Rooftops on the Snow
This painting, which was painted from the artist's window, was exhibited at the 4th Impressionist exhibition in 1879.
6 Claude Monet - Water Lily Pond, Pink Harmony
A painting of Monet's garden, which consisted of water lilies, weeping willows and a Japanese-styled bridge.
7 Theo Van Rysselberghe - Entrance to the Port of Roscoff
One of the main artists in the Neo-impressionit genre, this style of painting will go to be known as Divisionism.
8 Maximilien Luce - The Seine at Herblay
Purchased by the French state in 1938 and is part of the collection of Musee d'Orsay, Paris
9 Paul Signac - Palace of the Popes
Another painting in the collection of Musee d'Orsay, I must say the Divisionist style is one of my favorites. Van Gogh's style is also influenced by this.
10 A screen grab of a video showing one of the French Impressionist painters at work and with his pupils.