Raoul Dufy, le Bonheur de Vivre (the Happiness of Being Alive)

We zoom in on the work of some of the most skilled French artists, showcased in excellent exhibitions this spring in France.

RAOUL DUFY (EVIAN)

The exhibition Raoul Dufy, le Bonheur de Vivre (the Happiness of Being Alive) celebrates the ease, profusion and brilliance of the work of a Fauvist artist who was very much in love with the concepts of nature and freedom.

11 February – 5 June. Website: www.ville-evian.fr

From Watteau to David

FROM WATTEAU TO DAVID (PARIS)

The Petit Palais presents a compendium of more than two hundred French paintings, sculptures, and drawings from the 18th century, owned by major American collector Jeffrey Horvitz.

21 March – 16 July. Website: www.petitpalais.paris.fr

Henri Fantin-Latour

FANTIN-LATOUR (GRENOBLE)

In cooperation with the RMN Grand Palais and the Musée d’Orsay, this retrospective of Henri Fantin-Latour pays homage to this Grenoble native.

18 March – 18 June. Website: www.museedegrenoble.fr

From France Today magazine

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