Tag Archives: Musée Marmottan Monet

Benis soient ceux qui sont capables de voir la beauté

The musée Marmottan Monet, on the edge of the genteel 16th arrondissement of Paris, has just a few special exhibits a year and I often find that I’ve arived either too late or too early for their latest offering. This … Continue reading

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Five on Friday 13

HODLER MONET MUNCH The musée Marmottan Monet, on the western edge of Paris, in the calm 16th arrondissement, has two major special exhibitions a year. This year, the fall and winter show, which runs from September 15 to January 22, 2017, … Continue reading

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Les temps enchantés

Now open at the musée Marmottan Monet is an exhibit based on the personal collection of Hedy and Arthur Hahnloser. Between 1906 and 1936, this Swiss couple collected works by Cézanne, Manet, Matisse, Renoir, Vuillard and Van Gogh, among others. They displayed … Continue reading

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Bavarois au cassis

This is my second installment of the summary of our recent trip to Paris. Day 3 I wasn’t sure if my husband would like the Alaïa exhibit, but it was a big hit. He analyzed each of the outfits as … Continue reading

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Les Sœurs de Napoléon: Trois destins italiens

Another exhibit that I would like to see during our brief trip to Paris over Thanksgiving is Les Sœurs de Napoléon: Trois destins italiens (lay sir duh nap-oh-lay-oh : trwa destahn ee-tal-ee-n), which means “The Sisters of Napoleon: Three Italian Destinies.” … Continue reading

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Les Pays-Bas méridionaux

The other day, I wrote about an exhibit at the musée Marmottan, but that’s not the only special even currently taking place there at the moment. Until February 3, 2013, there is also an exhibit of Flemish masters 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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