"Decorative and Contemporary Art" (April 1877): a portrait of Renoir between the lines
by Marc Le Coeur
"The modern architect is, generally speaking, art's greatest enemy"
Brotherhood of Individuals: Degas's Group Portraits
by Bridget Alsdorf
Often characterized as a cantankerous loner - Impressionism's "odd man out" - Degas nonetheless produced many group portraits.
At the sign of The Good Pint
by Frédérique Desbuissons
Turning to the past, Manet's The Good Pint is at once a work of art, a summary and a base on which to build the future.
Ferdinand Levillain: an ornamentalist sculptor for the industrial arts
by Michael Vottero
"Greek art holds no secrets for Ferdinand Levillain; it provided his greatest inspiration."
"The hyphen between painting and engraving": Millet and etching reproduction in the 1860s and 1870s
by Ségolène Le Men
"Etching is the hyphen between painting and engraving. The sketch has to be drawn by the artist's own hand, and by "artist" I always mean someone who immediately obeys his inspiration."
L'ethos protestant de Bouguereau
Georges Seurat, figure dans l'espace
Charles Fourier, l'écart absolu
Bibliography of reviews
The Société des Amis du Musée d'Orsay