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I left just as Paris was beginning to feel like home. I’d been studying there for months and had seen and done just about...

The Louvre at the time of Philippe Auguste (12th Century) In the Beginning Difficult to imagine, as we walk through the majestic courtyards and halls of...

Edith Piaf is no doubt one of France's greatest "gifts," with her magical voice and presence. There's few who haven't heard and fallen in...

Every year the pyramids of the Louvre welcome millions of art lovers from every corner of the world. Most will join the mob of...

There are days, weeks, months and years when living in Paris makes me come to a crashing halt and reevaluate so many things I’ve...

The great hall of the Chapelle des Petits Augustins is dominated by the larger than life figure of the Colleone; a plaster mold copy...

La Défense Travel west along the east-west axis and as you cross the river, you can see the great Arche, whose 300 foot...

Until January 13, 2013, the Musée de Montmartre is reopening the doors of the past with their exposition Autour du Chat Noir: Arts et...

“…the exhibition pays homage to French genius, that of Impressionism and that of the savoir-faire of the 19th century.” Guy Courgeval, curator, Musée d’Orsay Think...

Do not eat.Do not bend over the manrope.Wash your hands when you exit.These are rules to be taken seriously when descending into the sewers...

The very name itself may be enough to send the politically correct into a spin.  But contradictions aside, this delightful menagerie, of sorts, remains...

Visit the Musée Maillol before 15 July and you’ll discover one of the most inspiring stories in the history of art. A female painter,...