Juana Romani (1867-1923), modèle et peintre. A rêve d'absolu

May 26 2021

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Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz:

It seems that 2021 really is the year of exhibitions dedicated to female artists.

The Musée Roybet Fould in Courbevoie, North Central France, has just opened a new exhibition dedicated to the nineteenth century artist Juana Romani (1867-1923). Although born in Italy, Romani made her fame in Paris with works that looked towards the symbolists and Pre Raphaelites. The exhibition features over one hundred pieces including paintings, sculptures, drawings, photographs, prints, vintage newspapers and clothes from French museums and private collections. Furthermore, it will be the first show dedicated to the artist inside France.

The exhibition will run until 19th September 2021.

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