Our Images d’Art art pictures website is designed to best meet the needs and expectations of our visitors and users. Hence, when you use the site we place cookies on your computer hard disk, on your mobile or tablet.
This page is intended to present to you the cookies that we use on the Images d’Art website and what resources are available to you for determining settings.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a computer file automatically placed on the hard disk on your computer or in the memory of your tablet or mobile device when you browse our site.
Cookies are managed by your browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari or Google Chrome).
What kind of cookies are used by Rmn-Grand Palais?
Cookies that are added while you browse the website are especially intended to:
- Establish statistics and frequency and usage volumes of the various elements comprising our Website (pages and content visited, route), in order to improve its interest and ergonomics.
- Store data for a form that you filled-in on our site (for registration or to access your User Account, send a Contact Form).
- Allow you to access to reserved and personal areas on our website, such as your User Account, using an ID or data that you may have previously entrusted to us.
- Allow some data to be released from page to page for an enhanced user experience (e.g. once connected to your User Account, you can leave this area and return to it later, without having to connect again).
- Allow you to share our content on social media.
For an optimum user experience on the Images d’Art website, we recommend that you accept these cookies.
We use three kinds of cookies on our site:
> Cookies needed for the site to work
These are the cookies that our website needs so that it can work. Without these cookies, the website cannot work properly. They let you use the main features offered by our website (e.g. storing the information provided to create a User Account, etc.). Without these cookies you will not be able to use our website normally.
> Analytical or site audience tracking cookies
These are cookies that let us know how our site is used and the audience that it reaches as well as improving how it works.
Our site uses Universal Analytics to measure and analyse the browsing behaviour of our visitors. The data we collect this way allows us to optimise and improve the site for our visitors and users (e.g. if we see a lot of people giving up while filling-in a Contact Form, then we will improve the form).
>Social media cookies
We may well include computer applications from third parties into our website. This way you can share content from our site with others or express your opinion on this content using "Share" or "Like" type buttons via social media such as Facebook, Twitter, etc.
Social media that provide similar application buttons are likely to identify you through this button, even if you did not use it while browsing our website.
We have no control over the processes used by social media for collecting information on your browsing of our website and how they associate this with the personal data that they have. We invite you to refer to the privacy policies applied by various social media to find out how any browsing information that they may collect with these application buttons can be used, especially for advertising purposes. These protection policies must especially allow you to exercise your choices with these social media, especially by configuring your user accounts on each of these media.
How to configure cookies?
What are your choices when it comes to handling cookies?
You have to choice of setting your browser to accept or reject all cookies, to periodically delete cookies or even to see when a cookie is placed, how long it is valid for, what it contains and to refuse to allow it to be stored by your system.
How do I accept or reject cookies?
You can choose to block or disable these cookies at any time by changing the settings of your internet browser on your computer, tablet or mobile, in line with the instructions provided by your browser provider as shown by the websites mentioned below:
With Google Chrome: Open the configuration menu (the one with the wrench logo), then choose "Options"; click on "Advanced options" then from the "Confidentiality" section, click on "Content settings" and choose the desired options or click on the link below: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=fr
With Mozilla Firefox: Open the "Tools" menu, then choose "Options"; click on the "Privacy" tab, then choose the desired options or click on the link below: http://support.mozilla.org/fr/kb/activer-desactiver-cookies
With Safari: Choose "Safari > Preferences" then click on "Security"; From the "Accept cookies" section, choose the desired options or click on the link below: http://support.apple.com/kb/index?page=search&fac=all&q=cookies%20safari
With Internet Explorer: Open the "Tools" menu, then choose "Internet Options"; Click on the "Privacy" tab, then the "Advanced" tab and choose the desired level or click on the link below: http://windows.microsoft.com/fr-FR/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies
For more information, you can also view the following pages on the CNIL website:
You can also type "cookies" into your browser's Help page to find setting instructions.