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

*There were two of them and they were both women and they * *were sisters. They both went on living...* *They were certainly very...

The visual history of Paris is inseparable from the name Eugène Atget, which is a very handy thing to know if you’re in Paris...

The Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris is holding the first major retrospective of painter Berthe Morisot’s work in half a century. Originally scheduled to...

I have to admit, when I heard of a walking tour featuring street art in Paris, I was a bit skeptical....

For the next two months Paris pays homage to one of Graphic Art’s most renowned and celebrated contributors as the Pompidou Centre opens its...

Tourists flock to Paris to indulge in its charm, style and history, but what lands do Parisians dream of during those dreary rush-hour Métro...

As a writer, when I sit down to work on a piece, there are several things that must be in place before I...

“You know how painters are, I wanted to make them happy so I placed each one opposite his own picture, and they were happy,...

Due to its amazing location at number one Place de Concorde, the Jeu de Paume is a magnet for tourists. Meanwhile, its reputation for...

La Rotonde Continues to be a Favorite In Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, the character Jake Barnes states, "No matter what café in Montparnasse you...

Of course in your life you've seen a lot of memorable art exhibits. If you're living in or visiting culture-conscious France you almost surely have...