Tag Archives: Renaissance

À visage découvert

Here’s another exhibit in Paris the summer that looks interesting. Les Tudors is on until July 19 at the musée du Luxembourg-Sénat, on the edge of the Jardin du Luxembourg. This is the first exhibit in France that has ever been … Continue reading

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Le Mobilier national

It’s the largest of the Loire Valley châteaux. It’s also one of the emptiest. The Château de Chambord, architectural marvel of the Renaissance, will soon regain its former allure, thanks to a partnership with Le Mobilier national. Le Mobilier national … Continue reading

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Tout est perdu sauf l’honneur

King François I, the original Renaissance man, was born on September 12, 1494. During his formative years, ideas from the Italian renaissance were percolating across the border, which greatly influenced the education of the young man. When François took the … Continue reading

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If you are, or will be, in Paris, you have a few more days to catch the current exhibit at the Musée du Luxembourg in the Senate building. Cima da Conegliano, maître de la Renaissance vénitienne (Cima da Conegliano, master … Continue reading

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