The charm of Robin Hill really comes from her enthusiasm for life and love of art. Whether in the hotel reception, bar, staircase or landing, dozens of paintings by the masters adorn here.
on the landing, you may meet Picasso and talk art with him; In front of the window, you may meet Monet and appreciate his impressionist works together; Ride in the wilderness with Stubbs and feel the beauty of nature; Look up at the starry sky together with Van Gogh and ponder the mysteries of the universe.
These paintings may be as intoxicating as sweet dreams, or as thought-provoking as allegories. They may describe a person's inner loneliness, or describe the beauty of early spring. When you come to Robin Hill, my dear friend, maybe you will find a kind of spiritual belonging here that a small painting may fit your soul at that time and place, and makes you feel extremely sympathetic and satisfying.
The Departure, 1905
The Ascension of Christ, 1636
Christ in the Storm on the Sea of Galilee,1633
Adoration of the Shepherds 2, 1646
Jeanne Marguerite Lecadre In The Garden, 1867
Summer Garden, 1924
Blossoming Almond Tree, 1890
The Path Under the Rose Trellises Giverny, 1920-22
Starry Night Over the Rhône, 1888
The Artist’s Family in the Garden, 1875
Tristram Shandy, a bay racehorse held by a groom, in an extensive landscape, 1762