Category Archives: Art
Across the river Seine on the south side of the park, you can still see the Musée d’Orsay, through the trees, where you can see mainly French art dating from 1848 to 1915, including paintings, sculptures, furniture, and photography. It houses the largest collection of impressionist and post-impressionist masterpieces in the world, by such painters […]
Last week I was in Paris to interview Doni Beleau about her travel website and forthcoming e-magazine, The Girls Guide to Paris. It was one of the first fine Spring days, so instead of taking the metro all the way to my destination, I stopped at the Louvre Museum end of the Tuilerie Garden and […]
Adapted from guardian.co.uk, Friday 12 April 2013 17.23 BST Photograph: John Schults/Reuters The Hopi masks displayed at the Drouot auction house in Paris before the sale. The Drouot auction house has gone ahead with a contested sale of dozens of Native American tribal masks after winning a court ruling, despite appeals for a delay by […]
I’ve just watched this film thanks to Judy at My French Life. It’s beautiful and makes the city seem so peaceful. It reminds me to look more carefully, beyond the hustle and bustle. Winter In Paris by Andrew Julian.
After a full refurbishment, the historic Louxor cinema is reopened to the public on 18 April. This cinema with its surprising Egyptian décor, set in the Barbès district, will be offering a diverse programme in its 3 theatres. Read more … The Louxor Palace Cinema