Mother and son art displayed in France29.07.2009
Suzanne Valadon and Maurice Utrillo created some fantastic French artwork in the 19th century, and those heading on a ferry to the country can see some of it for themselves this summer.
Pieces by the mother and son duo will be on display until September 15th at the Pinacotheque Paris.
Mr Utrillo was a key member of the Ecole de Paris, a renowned group which created popular artwork in the 19th century.
Around 100 pieces from the pair, who lived and worked in Montmartre, will be on show, giving visitors making the ferry trip to France the perfect opportunity to view some masterful art.
After perusing this exhibition, holidaymakers could then head to the Vin Paris Museum.
Here they will find all kinds of artifacts related to French wine and vineyards, providing a great day out for lovers of these beautiful beverages.
Lessons on wine productions and demonstrations will give visitors an insight into how these drinks are made, before guests have the chance to indulge in a little wine-tasting, which is sure to be an excellent way to round off the day.
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