Although I have been living in Paris since I was born I had never visited the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature before last wednesday. Probably because of its name which can cause confusion and let one think that it is a museum dedicated to the art of hunting which will interest only the hunters and the ones who are fond of arms and trophies. In fact this is absolutely not the case!
Good Morning Paris The Blog is back after a few silent months… hopefully with a new post every week! For this comeback I am happy to introduce you to the most beautiful painting exhibition taking place in Paris this autumn: Anders Zorn, in the Petit Palais. There are ten days left to discover this remarkable Swedish artist and his masterpieces. You might have never head of him; you might have never seen any of his paintings… Do not miss this unique opportunity!
A small and beautiful exhibition of paintings is taking place in the Musée du Luxembourg in Paris until 10 July. It is called ‘Chefs d’oeuvre de Budapest’ and offers the opportunity to see a selection of eighty masterpieces which are usually exhibited in two famous museums of Budapest which are both currently under renovation: the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts and the Hungarian National Gallery. If you are currently in Paris you have probably seen the poster of this exhibition with the fascinating painting: ‘la femme à la cage’ (the woman with the cage) on it. Its colors are so amazing!