Femmes Peintres 1780-1830 – Women artists, 1780-1793. Exhibition Review

"Je suis femme francoise & peintre; j'ai droit a votre confiance, a votre accueil & a celui du public; ma je n'accepte ni le votre, ni le sien; je veux le meriter" Avis important d'une femme sur le Salon de 1785 par Madame E.A.R.T.L.A D.C.S, 1785. On Monday I was supposed to visit the exhibition …

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A New Museum in Paris: Bourse de Commerce

After years of renovation works the Bourse de Commerce - Pinault Collection finally opens its doors to Parisian art lovers and - for now, not-so-many - tourists. It is a new art venue you should not miss if you are interested in contemporary art but also if you love architecture. The Japanese architect Tadao Ando …

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Winter time: Best Parisian Hot chocolate Recipe!

Parisian Hot Chocolate from Angelina, Maison Souquet and Laduree Winter holidays are upon us. Since it is not clear what we will be allowed to do during the last days of this crazy year (I am being too kind with 2020 I know...) Parisian bakeries and patisseries are cheering us up creating delicious holidays' treats. …

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Focus on a Masterpiece: The most ancient statue in Paris

The last time I was in the Louvre one of my guests asked me to surprise him. He had already visited the museum several times so he was looking for something "new". Well, "new" is not really an adjective you often hear in the museum, where the youngest works are about 200 years old and …

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