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The first time I saw Picasso’s 1906 portrait of Gertrude Stein was at the Metropolitan Museum in New York. There was something exotic and...

Jean Cocteau, poet, painter, filmmaker and actor, was sick of fans knocking on the door of his Paris home at 36 rue Montpensier, Palais...

What Aix-en-Provence is to opera, Avignon is to theater. During the month of July each has a festival and for one month...

What does architect Antoine Grumbach have in common with Claude Monet and Camille Pissarro? For the record, Antoine Grumbach is one of...

Don't say you weren't alerted. If there's any possibility you'll be attending or just sightseeing at the annual film festival in France's...

How does it feel to view a scene as depicted through the eyes of an Impressionist Painter? To step into the colors and tones...

Eric Rohmer, France’s elder statesman of film, died January 11 at age 89.   Rohmer was the paradox of French cinema. His films were called...

Two-and-a-half hours southeast of Paris, in the part of Champagne that borders Burgundy, is a lovely little village where Pierre Auguste Renoir and his...