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The right impression

To celebrate its 80th. birthday, Musée Marmottan, the charming private foundation located in the gardens of Ranelagh, in the 16th arrondissement, welcomes an exhibition gathering over 80 impressionists masterpieces belonging to private collectors. Unseen for decades since the discreet collectors rerely lend them for exhibitions, these paintings, drawings and sculptures never get a chance to…
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Pop summer in Paris

Favoring the comic strip as his main inspiration, his tormented women are generally regarded as his most famous works. Roy Lichtenstein was, along with Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns and James Rosenquist one of the leading figures of pop art. Hard-edged, precise compositions, parodies of cartoons and early use of acrylic paint make his paintings easy…
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Eugène Boudin, painter of the sky

Admired by Monet for his ability at capturing the moment and the light of the day, Eugène Boudin’s paintings have not being shown in a large scale exhibition since 1899! Camille Corot used to call him the king of the skies, Monet considered him as his master and one of the painters that opened the…
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