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Just two and a half hours southeast of Paris, in the part of Champagne that borders Burgundy, is a lovely little village where the...

La crêperie des Canettes, Paris 6th. Photo by patrianova. It’s easy to get blasé about crêpes in Paris. If you’re anything like me, after a brief but...

This is a continuation of this story: Paul Cezanne: Bridge Between Centuries It is said that Paul Cézanne’s early paintings reflected the grim, interior world...

Musée Picasso masterpieces from Paris on display at Virginia Museum of Fine Art (VMFA) I didn’t get to Paris this spring, but I can’t complain...

April 11-17, 2011 BonjourParis France News Daily Newest entries are on the top for current week, Monday-Sunday. Sunday, April 17: Coffee wars brewing in Paris as...

If you get to page 830 of Simon Schama’s Citizens: A Chronicle of the French Revolution, you'll know that Robespierre decided that the Revolution...

The transatlantic culture wars are raging again and this time, the eye of the storm happens to be my favorite subject of late –...

Abélard and Héloïse, Napoléon and Joséphine, Rodin and Camille, Sand and Chopin, Modigliani and Hébuterne, Sartre and de Beauvoir, Breton and Nadja, Miller and...

As I stood in the first gallery of this exhibition, on loan to San Francisco’s de Young Museum from the Orsay in Paris, I...

Aix-en-Provence has a famous native son: Paul Cézanne (1839-1906). In fact, it has two famous sons: Cézanne and Emile Zola (1840-1902). They met in...

Essential, potential, absolute, unstable, static, dynamic, pure, prestigious, impregnated, immaterial, exasperating, wonderful. This is a partial list of adjectives coined by one man to...

It is common knowledge that Paris is the destination for lovers. But that deserving reputation could just as easily read art lovers. The city’s...