Exhibitions

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  • Horace Vernet

    At the 1855 Universal Exhibition, which took the place of the Salon and where foreign schools came to confront the French school, the latter put four painters in the limelight, who benefited from…

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  • Drawings from Bruegel to Rubens in Flemish Collections

    The opportunity to admire such a fine collection of Flemish drawings is so rare that we can only regret having missed the opening in autumn 2023 of this exciting Antwerp exhibition, which has…

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  • Prosper Mérimée

    A writer, of course, and one of the best of the French nineteenth century, of which there were many, but also a historian, art critic and many other things besides, Prosper Mérimée is a fascinating…

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  • The Met exhibits its English drawings

    Le Metropolitan Museum, à gauche en haut de son escalier principal, dispose d’un large espace, qui conduit notamment vers la peinture française du XIXe siècle, où il expose des œuvres d’art…

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  • Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen. The centenary exhibition

    There’s still time to go and see the exhibition that the Musée de Montmartre is devoting to Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen to mark the centenary of his death. Born in Lausanne in 1859, the painter…

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  • Alexandre-Jean Dubois-Drahonet. A rediscovered talent

    Alexandre Dubois-Drahonet has already been the subject of several articles in La Tribune de l’Art, notably on the occasion of gallery exhibitions and museum acquisitions. We hoped that one day he…

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  • Gustave Moreau. The Middle Ages rediscovered

    C’est un Moyen Âge syncrétique, souvent fantasmé mais avant tout ornemental que de dévoile la passionnante exposition du Musée Gustave Moreau, qui organise avec une régularité de métronome…

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  • Forms of ruin

    The exhibition at the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Lyon devoted to the theme of ruins goes far beyond the chronological and geographical limits of La Tribune de l’Art, showing many works from Antiquity,…

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  • Holbein and the Renaissance in the North

    He has a receding chin, a trumpet nose and a glassy eye, yet this young man has everything to please because "he does not suffer from want" is what it says on his medallion, and that’s what you…

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  • Collectors and dealers of Asian art in France (1750-1930)

    As its many visitors discovered over the autumn and winter, this exhibition in Dijon is a complete success, hailed as it should be by the public and critics alike, and one that we can only…

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  • Dieric Bouts, Creator of Images

    Transhistorical: this is the only word the organisers of this rich exhibition have on their lips to describe the event, promising a host of radical confrontations designed to "broaden horizons",…

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  • Van Gogh along the Seine

    Who would have thought of travelling to Amsterdam to discover the suburbs of Paris? French and English visitors are in luck, however, since the Van Gogh Museum is within easy reach, unlike the…

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  • The Regency in Paris (1715-1723). The dawn of the Enlightenment

    One Christmas evening at Versailles, the Duc d’Orléans appeared to be absorbed in reading a book that the congregation mistook for a prayer book; the chambermaid of the Duchesse d’Orléans later…

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  • The new heroes. Paul Richer and the sculpture of work

    We reported extensively on our pages that, after years of torpor, the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Chartres narrowly escaped permanent closure in 2017. What would happen next remained unclear. The…

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  • Journey into crystal

    A key material in medieval treasures, rock crystal has its rightful place at the Musée de Cluny, where this rich exhibition is displayed as comfortably as possible under the centuries-old vaults…

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  • Amber Treasures from the Baltic Sea 16th - 18th century

    The material gleams and glows, seduces and fascinates: rarer on the banks of the Seine than on those of the Baltic Sea, amber certainly deserved this exhibition as beautiful as it is learned,…

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  • Noël Coypel, painter of grand decors

    «Noël Coypel, peintre de grands décors», Château et Grand Trianon de Versailles, du 26 septembre 2023 au 28 janvier 2024. «Noël Coypel (1628-1707), peintre du Roi», Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rennes, du…

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  • The Treasury of Notre-Dame cathedral

    Contrary to what you might read here or there (and even in some of the texts of the remarkable catalogue accompanying the Louvre exhibition), the treasury of Notre-Dame cathedral was not saved…

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  • Musée du Verre de Conches, reopening and exhibition of a donation

    After three years of renovation work, the Musée du Verre in Conches-en-Ouche reopened its doors at the end of June 2022. Too cramped for space in the premises it had occupied since its creation in…

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  • A ter Brugghen exhibition in Modena

    Ter Brugghen à la Galleria Estense, en Émilie, non loin de Bologne, soit sur les terres des Carracci et de leurs élèves plutôt que sur celles des Caravagesques : une telle exposition peut surprendre…

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  • Fantastic animals

    Could we have been lied to? The mummified dragon’s head on display in a curiosity cabinet looks an awful lot like a crocodile’s (ill. 1). It may come from the Musée du Doudou, but it’s sure to fool…

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  • Amedeo Modigliani. A painter and his dealer

    There’s nothing like a famous name to get the season off to a flying start: following on from a fine display presented last year, the exhibition has everything it takes to seduce visitors, despite…

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  • Louis Janmot. The Poem of the Soul

    Louis Janmot was born on 21 May 1814. According to the rules laid down by the Ministry of Culture, he therefore belongs to the Musée du Louvre. Fortunately, the Musée d’Orsay, to which all artists…

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  • Treasures of the Kingdom of Lotharingia, Charlemagne’s legacy

    Inaugurated in summer 2021 with the hero Ulysses, the Hôtel Départemental des Expositions (HDE Var) in Draguignan in the Var département, in the south of France, has quickly established itself as a…

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  • In the studio of the Lemoine & Chaudet sisters

    « Je déclare vivre de mon art » Dans l’atelier des sœurs Lemoine & Chaudet Grasse, Musée Jean-Honoré Fragonard, from 10 June to 8 October 2023 Lovers of early painting will certainly remember…

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