Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), the great French military and statesman of the 19th century, Emperor of the First France Empire , was both an ambitious man on horseback and a politician at court. On the 200th anniversary of Napoleon’s death, let’s hear ten art treasures that tell the story of the legendary general’s life.
Childhood… In Agnes B.’s collection, it’s old photos with parents, summer vacations that never get boring, an endless imagination piled with colorful Lego, vivid imagination on drawing paper, trotting footsteps on the Alice Bunny trail,… Read More »Childhood in the collection of agnès b.–Journal at La Fab.
On the 30th of June, I had the pleasure of being invited to the A2Z Gallery event, thanks to WHYART‘s Yan, where I met Loïc Imberti, the head of sales at Danae. The A2Z Gallery… Read More »Post-90s fantasy illustrator Vivian Ho and her world of NFT
Etsu Egami, her work is a reflection of her environment and experiences, with misunderstandings and contradictions that began at birth, growing up and studying, becoming the raw material for her work.
The romantic poet Novalis once wrote that “the world of flowers is a distant infinity”. Flowers, the gift of nature, have been appreciated and endowed with meanings and feelings throughout the ages. In the nineteeth… Read More »The Hymn to Flowers-Five Masterpieces at the Orsay Museum
“The feelings expressed by the Castel Beranger paris do not make people die, and that they do not even give nightmares: the only thing you have to do is following their rhyme.” –Hector Guimard, excerpt… Read More »The Castel Beranger paris – Concert of materials, Waltz of lines
If you like me, like to walk on the Champs-Élysées in Paris, you would never have imagined that in the 8th arrondissement, 800 meters from the Champs-Élysées next to the Parc Monceau, there is a unique and exotic building for Parisians: La Pagoda Paris.