Travelling in the Footsteps of the Impressionists

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Dieppe Beach & Seaside Town

Dieppe Beach – Birthplace of Seaside Swimming & Loved by the Painters Dieppe beach is known as the birthplace of seaside swimming in France. As soon as the train route from Paris to Dieppe was completed in 1848, Dieppe beach… Continue Reading →

Scenic French Landscapes & Medieval Towns near Paris

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Visit the French Landscapes Painted by the Impressionism Painters & Only a Short Train Ride from Paris Although Paris was the happening place to be in the 19th century, many of the impressionists eventually left the hectic captial. Some left… Continue Reading →

MUMA – Famous Landscapes of Le Havre & Normandy

Museum of Modern Art André Malraux (MuMa) The Musée d’art moderne André Malraux  is also known as Musée Malraux or MuMa. André Malraux, then France’s Minister of Cultural Affairs, inaugurated this museum in 1961. The museum contains one of France’s most extensive collections… Continue Reading →

The Revolutionary French Impressionist Painters

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The French Impressionist Painters of the 19th Century There are so many noteworthy French painters who aligned themselves and even actively belonged to the impressionism art movement of the 19th Century. In those times, the art world did not accept… Continue Reading →

Normandy Tourism: Visit the Fantastic Le Havre Art Museum

MuMa Le Havre a MUST Attraction The Musée d’art moderne André Malraux is also known as Musée Malraux or  MuMa. It is a very popular Normandy tourism attraction. This gorgeous museum is located by the sea in Le Havre, Normandy. It… Continue Reading →

Honfleur Normandy

Honfleur is where impressionism began! Many art historians believe that Honfleur, Normandy is the place where impressionism originated. It was here where the young and aspiring Claude Monet and his friend Alfred Sisley began studying light effects under the guidance… Continue Reading →

Trouville – Deauville Normandy

Wonderful places to visit or base yourselves in a holiday in Normandy Just over an hour by train from Paris, the beaches of Trouville and Deauville in Normandy are often nicknamed the ‘Parisian Riviera’. Trouville & Deauville, Normandy – always… Continue Reading →

En Plein Air Painting & Eugene Boudin

Eugene Boudin – The Forerunner of the French Impressionism Art (1824 – 1898) Eugene Boudin was born in Honfleur and was one of the first landscape artists in France to paint in the open air (en plein-air painting). He instinctively… Continue Reading →

Etretat Cliffs in Normandy

Etretat cliffs are gorgeous. When visiting, you can really understand why Monet , Boudin and other painters came here for inspiration. Etretat & the Impressionists Impressionism is an art movement that evolved in the mid 19th century. The impressionists adopted the… Continue Reading →

A Novel: Monet Through The Eyes of Claude Monet’s Wife

A Novel About Monet’s early years through the eyes of Claude Monet’s wife, Camille Doncieux Stephanie Cowell portrays in her novel Claude & Camille, the story about Claude Monet, through the eyes of his first wife, Camille Doncieux. It is… Continue Reading →

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