The art of French prisoners of the postrevolution and Napoleonic wars
Some of the best art museums in Europe are in small French cities from Normandy to the Riviera and from Brittany to the French Alps.
A new exhibition at the Met examines the glad spirits of the impressionists and others en plein air
By GEOFFREY C. MUNN; from The Magazine ANTIQUES, June 1987. Even if the word genius was used as sparingly as it should be, the late nineteenth- and early twentieth century jeweler René Lalique would always be so described. Rather than a craftsman with a leaning toward the artistic, he was an accomplished artist who chose to express himself primarily in …
All about the inaugural exhibition of a biennial series at FIAF
On the British textile artist and his link to French design