Enthusiasts In Tours, the devouring passion of Francois Boucher for the theater and the opera exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts
Heritage Days near Rennes. Armored and initiation to the Morse Museum
© Archives Ouest-France A multi-role shielded vehicle Griffon, one of the last entry into the army park (here a copy of the 11th Rama) is presented this Weekend at the Transmissions Museum .. L'Espace Ferrié, the Museum of the Weapons of Transmissions in Cesson-Sévigné, near Rennes, is open this Saturday and Sunday, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Guided tours, demonstrations and exhibition of two modern army vehicles are on the program.
known to be the Gratitid Painter of Louis XV, François Boucher also put his talent at the service of the scene on the scene . The Museum of Fine Arts in Tours has brought together around sixty works that testify to its craze for the performing arts.
This is one of the major painters of the 18th century. The most prolific too. François Boucher approached all styles, from religious painting to pastoral scenes, including the decoration of private houses and monuments. On the other hand, it is an unknown part of his career that theexplores with his exhibition called .
Museum Barberini again opens
After attack on paintings, after the climate activist attack on a Monet painting, the Barberini Museum in Potsdam opens again on Monday. The house has been closed since last Tuesday, which has mainly housed the valuable collection of art patron Hasso Plattner. Because of the attack, the museum wanted to advise on the protection of the works of art. It is also about the current surrealism exhibition with works by Salvador Dalí, Max Ernst or René Magritte.
decorator and costume designer
First painter of Louis XV, he was also the favorite artist of Madame de Pompadour, mistress-en-titre du roi. With the latter, François Boucher shares the same passion for scene arts. A passion he materializes by working for the Paris Opera, the Opéra-Comique and the theater of small cabinets in Versailles "We estimate these collaborations on a hundred shows, by making costumes or stage sets for Representations "explains Jessica Degain, curator of the Museum of Fine Arts and exhibition commissioner. At that time, François Boucher was the only painter to invest as much in the field of live performance. To testify to its activity, the museum presents models of the decorations today destroyed, stage costumes and 18th century press articles. To discover also, youth engravings of the painter who illustrate works by Molière.
suspected of having drugged a collaborator, the ex-boss of the Montaigne Institute at Tribunal
© Philippe Renault / Ouest-France The former director of the Montaigne Institute Laurent Bigorgne is tried this Thursday, November 10, 2022 at the Paris Criminal Court. near Emmanuel Macron, the former director of the Montaigne Institute, Laurent Bigorgne, appears this Thursday, November 10, 2022 before the Paris Criminal Court. He is suspected of having drugged without his knowledge a woman with whom he worked.
Four masterpieces finally gathered
Four major rockery style paintings (or Rococo), an art very popular at the time, also testify to the attachment of François Bouchet to the Opera and the theater. Since the 18th century, this is the first time that these works, owned by the Museum of Fine Arts in Tours and the Banque de France, have been brought together. These paintings were made in memory of the representations of Madame de Pompadour in Versailles. King Louis XV's favorite had played in the baroque operas of Issé and Sylvie. The four tables were renovated for the occasion.
"Love on stage! François Boucher, from theater to the opera"; until January 30, 2023; Museum of Fine Arts in Tours, 18 place François Sicard; Open every day, except Tuesday
nantes. Guardian party at the Arts Museum: please be touched! .
© Fluy trend. Yohanne Lamoulere six real guards on stage, in their own role, with, for stage, the museum itself. Guarantors of "not touching", they touch these six museum guards that Mohamed El Khatib and Valérie Mréjen in Guardien Party puts us on stage. A creation to see in the Nantes art museum until November 26. They are museum guardians and in guardian party, playwright Mohamed El Khatib and the writer Valérie Mréjen give them the floor.