Thank you for your review - it might not appear on the site right away as we check all reviews for naughty words, but you should see it if you check back in a couple of days.
We really appreciate you writing reviews, it helps all the members of A Drop of Art to connect with the art they love the most!
At the same time than the exhibition The Lower Depths Baroque, the Rome of vice and misery" where the artist will be represented by an important painting from the National Gallery in London, the Petit Palais show, in its course the permanent collections (25 room), a collection of works by Claude Lorrain, all from the collection and outputs Dutuit exceptionally reserves the museum at that time.
Nicknamed Rome "Le Lorrain" because of its origin, painter, draftsman and etcher talent has made the eternal city his adopted country from 1627 until his death in 1682. In this exceptionally fertile cultural center and feverish, Claude Lorrain, quiet man and hard worker, quickly won lasting fame as a landscape architect, creator of an original and coherent poetic world. His approach is both sensitive and idealized nature was to dominate the whole European landscape design until the end of the eighteenth century, and even beyond if one remembers the admiration felt for her Turner.