Paris Orsay Museum The friendships forged between American art collectors of French art and the Presidents of the Orsay and Orangerie museums have made it possible to arrange the presentation of this impressive collection, which includes the seventh panel of Edouard Vuillard’s Public Gardens. Moreover, works by Bonnard, Ranson, Roussel, several of Vuillard’s haunting paintings, […]

Paris Musée Jacquemart-André This is the First Parisian retrospective dedicated to Eugène Boudin since the end of the 19th century. Known for his seascapes and beach scenes, he was one of the first French artists to take his easel outside the studio to paint landscapes. In his numerous paintings, he focused on the rendering of […]

PARIS Musée du Luxembourg This exhibit immerses visitors in the intimate experience that Marc Chagall had of war and peace, and the interpretation he made of them through his art. In total, nearly eighty paintings, drawings and engravings, including several never shown in public, put in parallel his work with the ordeals of his life. […]

Chez Georges : Available with our Paris highlights Tour Address: 1 rue du Mail, 75002 Nearest transport: Bourse (3) Hours: Lunch and dinner, Monday- Friday; closed Saturday go to and Sunday Reservations: Book a few days in advance Telephone: +33 1 42 60 07 11 The menu remains unchanged, the quality is there, and especially the […]

Paris Marmottan-Monet Museum This exhibition is the first retrospective of Laurencin to be held in a French museum. Marie Laurencin finds her place once more on the Parisian art scene, where she had been firmly established in her time. Matisse said of her “At least, here’s one that is not a warbler.” Some ninety works […]