Back to Bazille

While reaching our thirties might come with a dose of dreadfulness that forces us to set more serious and realistic goals for ourselves, it seems to be the complete opposite for the Musée d’Orsay in Paris. Currently celebrating its thirtieth anniversary, the institution isn’t ready to settle for the same patterns. The museum’s latest exhibition, Frédéric Bazille, The…

Summer Learnin', Had Me a Blast

It’s the Summer Solstice! That means lots of people officially have one thing on their minds— vacation. Time off. Holidays in the sun full of romantic adventures. Before I get all Mary-Kate and Ashley movie on you, let me clarify that I’m here today to discuss rest and relaxation of a loftier, more erudite sort. During the seventeenth century,…