Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Transfer in CDG - claim our baggage & do passport control??
  2. 2 Suggested Itinerary Low Countries, Scotland, Enfland Lake district
  3. 3 Itinerary Suggestions Between Bilbao and Amsterdam
  4. 4 Paris Side Trip: Mont St Michel & Cancale
  5. 5 Where in Europe for 15 full days from 21 Oct to 6 Nov 2016?
  6. 6 Rome For 2 days
  7. 7 where to buy basic toiletries in Lisbon?
  8. 8 Europe Itinerary
  9. 9 Travel plan help in Germany
  10. 10 Non-alcoholic drinks to try in Andalusia
  11. 11 Trip Report Camino Redux
  12. 12 Trip Report Trip Report and Photos - The Baltics – Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius
  13. 13 Tipping in different situations in Spain
  14. 14 5 Irish in Amsterdam, Dresden, Berlin
  15. 15 Most memorable European moments
  16. 16 Suggestions of Paris things to do Christmas and New Years?
  17. 17 Montpellier to Arles
  18. 18 Rhine River
  19. 19 Is it safe to take train from CDG by 10 PM?
  20. 20 Trip Report Oh no, not another grammar lesson! Learning italian in Venice - a TR.
  21. 21 Trip Report Norwway trip report
  22. 22 Trip Report Puglia, and a touch of Rome
  23. 23 Piazza Navona
  24. 24 Hotel for stay in Montpellier
  25. 25 June '17-Verona Piedmont Liguria?
View next 25 » Back to the top

Trip Report Chagall Exhibition at the Musée du Luxembourg

Jump to last reply

Last week while on a Paris bus we saw a long line of people on rue de Vaugirard waiting to get into the Musée du Luxembourg and looked on the Internet to see what that was about. This morning (Sunday) we went there at aboutt 11:00--no line at all--and paid 11€ each, plus 4€ for an English-language audio guide to visit a very extensive exhibition of Marc Chagall's paintings, with a few etchings/litho graphs as well. The exhibition is organized around periods of his life that influenced the content and form of his work, such as eight years trapped in Russia, displacement during WW2, the death of his wife Bella, etc. It was a very worthwhile museum visit. It is due to close in about five weeks, but we have noticed many exhibitions get extended if they are still attracting audiences.

Advertisement