Art lovers can’t miss this new temporary exhibition opening March 3rd at the Musée Jacquemart-André in Paris.
The exhibition, entitled From Zurbarán to Rothko, showcases the private collection of Alicia Koplowitz, a prominent Spanish businesswoman and prolific collector. View 53 works on display from old masters such as Tiepolo, Canaletto, and Goya to modern masters like Toulouse-Lautrec, Gaugin, and Van Gogh.
Many of these paintings, drawings, and sculptures have never before been on public display.
From Zurbarán to Rothko will be open from March 3 – July 10, 2017. Find the Musée Jacquemart-André in the 8th arrondissement, between the Champs Elysées and Parc Monceau.
After visiting the exhibition, stop by the Café Jacquemart-André in the same building. Here, enjoy incredible hand-crafted pastries and light lunches. Sunday brunch here is also a favorite – and you don’t need a museum ticket to dine.
It’s not too late to put together a lovely spring getaway to the City of Lights. Call your Stellar Travel advisor today to get started.