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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...

Being of short stature, I was often the recipient of the reassuring sentiment that good things come in small packages. I myself have used...

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...

Just days before the latest heist of priceless artworks in Paris, I read about another type of art theft disguised as anti-establishment...

Culture lovers' eyes are smiling in the City of Light this month, and as you will see, there is a lot to smile about!...

In the midst of the architectural treasure-trove that is the Cite de L’Architecture et du Patrimoine (Museum of French Architecture and Monuments, roughly) you can’t...

Not to mention a whole lot of other things: a modern spirit in post-war France, the liberation of women, an unfettered cinema, the...

After spending the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays in the U.S., I’m really looking forward to returning home. Don’t get me wrong—there is so much...

If you have never heard of the French artist Fernand Pelez (1848-1913) you are not the first. His work on display until January...

“I’m beginning to know how to paint. It has taken me more than 50 years to get this far and I’m not done yet,”...