Katrina Lawrence

These five evocative addresses provide much more than a lesson in art. By taking you into one-time private worlds, they reveal much about the inner life of some of Paris’s most celebrated artists. And they might even give you some architectural and gardening inspiration, too! Musée Bourdelle In the shadow of Tour Montparnasse, this remarkable […]

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Art Hiding in Paris (Running Press, 2022) is a brilliant, ticks-all-the-boxes book. It’s a travel guide, yes, but also a treasure hunt, a history primer, and a whimsical love letter to Paris. Not to mention a visual treat. Some books are illustrated at the expense of information, while others tell too much when they should […]

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The official flower of March is the daffodil, and while the cheery yellow bloom does appear in Paris’s gardens and florists throughout this first month of spring, there’s another flower that seems to capture the whimsical spirit of an early Parisian springtime so much more perfectly: a pink magnolia. The magnolia is named after French […]

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