Tag Archives: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

Toulouse-Lautrec et les Étoiles de Paris

Mother’s Day was cold and wet in the Boston area, so we decided to spend some time at the Toulouse-Lautrec exhibit at the Museum of Fine Art. Before social media, there were posters, and Toulouse-Lautrec had a gift of conveying … Continue reading

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Dessin à main levée

Just a few steps from the crowds at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art is the calm beauty of the Frick Museum. Until June 16, 2013, it’s presenting The Impressionist Line from Degas to Toulouse-Lautrec: Drawings and Prints from the … Continue reading

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C’est l’enfance de l’art

The musée Marmottan, on the edge of a pretty park in the 16th Arrondissement, is one of Paris’ overlooked little gems. It has a terrific permanent collection, mostly of Impressionists, and wonderful temporary exhibits that change just a few times … Continue reading

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Un coup de foudre

I saw the Pennsylvania Ballet’s Swan Lake today. It was so beautiful! Of course, Tchaikovsky’s sweeping music carries the audience and dancers to the tragic conclusion, but the setting of this production was quite different. Choreographer Christopher Wheeldon inserted the … Continue reading

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