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12 articles taggés "restoration"
Make Way for the Orléans!
Versailles is seeking to move away from its Bourbon-centric image to shed light on the transformations of the 19th century.
Rebirth of the Queen's Hamlet
The main house in the Queen's Hamlet is opening after two years' remarkable renovation work. A promenade through this little theatre of rural life…
Caillebotte’s Family Home
The restoration of Gustave Caillebotte’s (1848-1894) estate in Yerres (Essonne) was recently celebrated with the public opening of the Impressionist…
Hauteville House Reopened with Great Fanfare
After over a year of work, Hauteville House, Victor Hugo’s residence on Guernsey, reopened on April 7th. A philanthropist’s outstanding generosity…
Women and Versailles
Disregarded in the 20 th- century, women, both queens and kings’ mistresses, left their mark in the heart of the château. Thanks to recent research,…
The Miraculous Door of the Hôtel de Ville
At first glance, it's just a door. Yet the history of this door, which opened the way to the French monarchs for two centuries, borders on the miraculous.…
New Life for Massacre at Chios
No longer sullied by layers of varnish, Delacroix's masterpiece reappears in all its glory. A real revelation.
Charles Personnaz: At the School for Curators
On May 16, the Institut National du Patrimoine celebrated its 30th anniversary. We talk to its director, Charles Personnaz, about its past record and…
The End of the Issenheim Altarpiece’s Restoration is in Sight
The last stage of the Issenheim altarpiece’s restoration is underway, but the results are already stunning. More than ever, they reveal Grünewald as…
The Salvation of Parisian Churches?
When she became mayor of Paris in 2015, Anne Hidalgo made the restoration of religious monuments the spearhead of her heritage policy. Her "church…
The Historic Hôtel de la Marine in Paris Emerges from the Waves
The palatial mansion on Place de la Concorde in Paris has just opened to the public after years of controversy and a painstaking restoration campaign.…
Valérie Guillaume: Head of the Newly-Renovated Musée Carnavalet
Paris's oldest museum has reopened in a completely refurbished building, where the collections are now strikingly set off. For its director, both everything…
Binoche et Giquello Present a Giant Triceratops Called Big John
The Dark Eye of Odilon Redon: Dreamer of the Infinite
Artsy and the Myth of Sisyphus
Great British Painter: Dame Laura Knight
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