When we do not have what we love, we have to love what we have. Tourism in the Finistère? Saint-Renan https://www.france-voyage.com/cities-towns/saint-renan-9127.htm, the heart of the Country of Iroise. The medieval city will you seduce, by the richness of its historical heritage. Essential site, the place of the old market, with its period houses. A memory of the flavors of these …Read More »
FROM DARKNESS, WITH LIGHT – Jacqueline Lamba: Publishing photographs, paint and create surrealist objects.
Began exhibiting objects and drawings, with the Surrealists. She studied art at the National Higher School of Decorative Arts, attending André Lhote’s painting courses. Becoming the wife of André Breton, as well as the subject of her husband’s poems, she separated from him to marry an American sculptor and painter. Born in Saint-Mandé on a day in November 1910, JAQUELINE …Read More »
EIGHTEEN CENTURY ATMOSPHERE, BETWEEN CARPENTRAS AND VALENCIENNES – Among places of art and natural beauty, a magnificent “author’s journey” through France.
A journey into eighteenth century, based on the idea of delicacy and sensorial homogenization. From south to north, with a slight detour to the east, the best way to give you some memories is to move by car. Rich in places of art and natural beauties, France offers you the chance to create a splendid “journey of author”. Only in …Read More »
The Dordogne? http://meetingbenches.com/2017/03/dordognes-inner-landscapes/ No part of France is so impassioned by its culinary heritage as this deeply gourmet idyll in the rural south-west. Your personal enlightenment can find one special autumn as you wander on the Saturday-morning market in Périgueux. But, complete insider’s guide to the Dordogne (including hotels, restaurants, things to do, attractions, camping and glamping sites), maybe need …Read More »