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The Mona Lisa

I started reading the book ‘How to Think Like Da Vinci’ a Christmas gift from hubby. It sure is an interesting eye opener not because of Da Vinci himself but more of the fact it made me recall my encounter with the Mona Lisa. 207 more words

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First Network Meeting Paris 12-14 December 2016

The Network meeting in Paris was attended by all partners: Joan Taylor, Marcello Fidanzio and Dennis Mizzi, along with Network Facilitator Sandra Jacobs. It was decided in order to have a Network meeting coinciding with practical work visiting the Qurman jar at the Musée du Louvre for close examination.  191 more words

Archives & Collections

Diana

I was fine before you got here

I’ll be fine when you’re long gone

I am  Diana, I am wild,

I am fierce, I am strong… 91 more words

Photography

Paris Muse: The Best Way to See Paris

Happy New Year! AAC, CPA and I returned from the City of Light on Friday afternoon. Over the next few days, I’ll be telling you more about our Rainbow High week in one of our favorite places on the planet. 935 more words

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Parisian Night Lights

As it has become obvious at the previous post, at night Paris reveals another aspect and view of its beauty, which under the dark and the night lights, and with a dose of fantasy, resembles to mystery. 278 more words

Paris

Along the Seine to Notre-Dame de Paris

The Seine is one of Europe’s most historic rivers, famously winding its way past some of Paris’ most iconic landmarks: the Eiffel Tower, Grand Palais, Place de la Concorde, Musée du Louvre and Notre-Dame Cathedral. 753 more words

Travel

Pierre Gouthière: Virtuoso Gilder at the French Court at The Frick Collection, November 16, 2016 - February 19, 2017

“Pierre Gouthière (1732–1813) was one of the greatest French artists of the eighteenth century. A master chaser-gilder, he created opulent objets d’art that were coveted by the wealthiest and most important figures of pre-revolutionary France, including Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette, Louis XV’s mistress Madame Du Barry, and the Duke of Aumont. 1,087 more words

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