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THE ART OF FRANCE
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French art consists of the visual and plastic arts (including architecture, woodwork, textiles, and ceramics) originating from the geographical area of France. Historical surveys of French art typically begin with Pre-Romanesque art, Romanesque art, and Gothic art, but some surveys, such as André Chastel's French Art, include discussions of prehistoric art, Celtic art, and Roman art within France.
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French Baroque and Classicism

In the early part of the seventeenth century, late mannerist and early Baroque tendencies continued to flourish in the court of Marie de Medici and Louis XIII. Artists in France frequently debated the contrasting merits of Peter Paul Rubens with his the Flemish baroque, voluptuous lines and colors to Nicolas Poussin with his rational control, proportion, Roman classicism. Less than 1 minute ago" />    Nicolas Poussin .Les Bergers d'Arcadie ou Et in Arcadia ego, vers 1638

Less than 1 minute ago" />    Peter Paul Rubens. The Raising of the Cross, 1610–11. Central panel. Cathedral of Our Lady, Antwerp.
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And here are the works of another french painter Ogust Renuar Less than 1 minute ago" />    Less than 1 minute ago" />    Less than 1 minute ago" />   
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To "hellodear" avec mon compliements:
Arcadia is somwhere where our "childhood land production" power could prcept, appteciate, and comprehend seulment!
Best regards
Votre EU comrade
Solzhi
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Many French people spend their free time visiting museums and attending to art events. There are many streets in some regions, specially in Paris, where you will be able to find a painter to paint your portrait, another of the reasons the French are proud of their country and heritage.
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In 450 B.C the development of Celtic Art was seen in France. This kind of art included a variety of styles, and elements from other countries. It was ornamental, and often involved complex symbolism. It didn't use straight lines and symmetry was only used occasionally. This type of art drew on native, classical and perhaps, Mediterranean and oriental sources.

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