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La Culture: Botticelli, Georgia O’Keeffe in Paris

Culture correspondent Sylvia Edwards Davis picks a selection of top exhibitions at Paris museums this season. Botticelli as Boss Early Renaissance painter Alessandro di Mariano di...

Picasso’s Women

Hazel Smith flicks through the artist's little black book to reveal the wives and mistresses who inspired some of the most famous paintings of...

How UNESCO Preserves the Rich Tapestry of Life

It’s not only natural wonders and man-made monuments that are given the protection of UNESCO – the organisation’s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage is...
Paul Signac

Harmony in Colour Jacquemart-andré Museum Institut De France Paris

Discover Neo-Impressionist Paul Signac, the master of landscape painting, through this major exhibition of 70 privately-owned works from the finest collections in the world.

Art in Paris: Paul Signac at the Musée Jacquemart-André

An innovative artist, when Paul Signac lifted his brush he opened the way for his contemporaries and a new generation of artists such as...

Modern Technology and the Art of Conserving Paintings

This is the second in a series of articles about the art of conserving paintings. Read the first here. He’s a ragpicker, a man who...
Magritte meets Renoir

Magritte Meets Renoir Musée de l’Orangerie Paris

The first exhibition to show an unsung chapter of Magritte’s career, comparing his works with those which inspired him by Auguste Renoir. It includes...
Modern Art Museum at Fontevraud

New Jewel at The Royal Abbey of Fontevraud In Val De...

The Royal Abbey of Fontevraud, near Chinon, is the recipient of the important private collection of Martine and Léon Cligman and for the occasion...

Finding Dora Maar: Building a Portrait of the Artist

A chance find in a second-hand Hermès address book led to a journey deep into the day-to-day life of one of the 20th century’s...