Travelling in the Footsteps of the Impressionists

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The School of Paris-Art in the Post-Impressionism Era

The School of Paris – Art Created by Jewish Immigrant Artists Paris was the epicenter of the art world in the 19th and 20th centuries, attracting artists from all over the globe. Any artist dreaming of making a name in… Continue Reading →

Marc Chagall Stained Glass Windows Around the World

The Breathtaking Marc Chagall Stained Glass Windows Marc Chagall  was a Russian-French artist and one of the most important and influential artists of the 20th century. Although born and grew up in a small Belarus village, Chagall spent most of… Continue Reading →

How to Keep Busy at Home with Online Art Museums!

How to Keep Busy at Home: Art-Related Tips for Things To Do During Coronavirus Lockdown This is an article about how to keep busy at home during this pretty strange situation in our world right now! The coronavirus pandemic has… Continue Reading →

3 Days in Paris: Follow the Impressionism Trail

3 Days in Paris for Die-Hard Impressionism Fans There are zillions of wonderful things to do in Paris. However, for French Impressionists fans, there are some very special gems that you MUST not miss! Although art historians claim that French… Continue Reading →

Brittany Travel in the Footsteps of the Post Impressionists

Brittany Travel – The Beautiful Places that Lured the Post Impressionists Brittany, France’s most north-western region, was a source of great inspiration for many post-impressionists. The artists were attracted to the rugged, dramatic coastline, the lush forests & the picturesque… Continue Reading →

Wonderful Normandy Art Festival over the Summer 2020

Because of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Normandy art festival scheduled to begin on April 3, 2020 has been postponed. Press here for all updates about the festival. Normandy Art Events – The Normandy Impressionism Festival Every few years, there is… Continue Reading →

Claude Monet’s House in Argenteuil

Claude Monet’s house in Argenteuil will open its doors in 2021 Argenteuil has announced that by 2021, the former Claude Monet house will open its doors to the public. The Argenteuil municipality purchased this building in 2003 and restored it… Continue Reading →

One Giverny Hotel with a Rich Impressionism Past

Hotel Baudy – The Historical Giverny Hotel When you head off to Giverny, there is one place you can visit that was once THE meeting place of the 19th century impressionists. It isn’t a museum but rather a small Giverny… Continue Reading →

Vincent Van Gogh’s Life in North Brabant

Van Gogh’s Life in the Dutch Province Brabant North Brabant in the Netherlands was the most significant region in Vincent Van Gogh‘s life. It was here where he was born, grew up and lived most of his life. While living… Continue Reading →

Nuenen & Vincent Van Gogh Artworks

Nuenen Village & Vincent Van Gogh’s Beautiful Artworks Vincent van Gogh lived in Nuenen for two years (from December 1883 until November 1885). During this period, Van Gogh was extremely prolific, producing over a quarter of all his artworks.  His… Continue Reading →

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