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A Day With Claude Monet In Giverny

A Day With Claude Monet In Giverny

“His intellect never flags, he is eager to see and express everything. For Monet, there are too many subjects – there is beauty in everything that exists. All of it should be painted. Life is too short to try and set limits on its variety of sights and infinity of sensations.” Gustave Geoffrey, 1922 A […]

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How to match American beer with fine French cuisine

Written by on March 28, 2017 in Gastronomy
How to match American beer with fine French cuisine

To celebrate Planète Bière 2017, The Brewers Association hosted a unique event in Paris in March to demonstrate the affinity between craft beers and fine French cuisine. “Impossible!”? Fine French Cuisine, Meet… La Bière As American artisanal beers skyrocket into trendiness it was only a matter of time they’d go global. Little did I know […]

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Musee Camille Claudel Opens in France

Musee Camille Claudel Opens in France

“There is always something absent that torments me.” Camille Claudel, letter to Rodin, 1886 Being a muse is not as easy as it looks. With the opening of France’s first national museum dedicated to the talent of Rodin’s long-suffering assistant and mistress, Camille Claudel (1864-1943) has  finally received the recognition that she has long deserved. […]

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