Tag Archives: Stendhal

FOUR TRAVELERS OF FRENCH CREATIVITY, BETWEEN TWO WORLDS – France: the endless lines of possible journeys, including songs, painted books.

Creative wandering is liberation; life along the roads of art is freedom. Journey into French creativity? Starting Paris, through Grenoble we will arrive until Cabbeé beach, in Roquebrune Cap Martin. We will listen Jacques Brel’s songs, admiring Paul Gauguin’s paintings at the Musée d’Orsay. On the road, we will stop into Monestier-de-Clermont’s little village, knowing Stendhal’s mountains and Moncler’s jackets. …

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THE GREAT SEASON OF REALIST NOVEL – Stendhal, the realism of passions.

A good book? Is an event in your life. Is a city nestled at the foot of the French Alps. Here was born Stendhal, famous writer. Soaring snow-capped peaks and luscious green forests surround Grenoble. The city boasts of a creative atmosphere, thanks to its art galleries. On Mount Rachais, La Bastille (centuries-old fortress), is one of the city’s most …

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