Marcia Selsor on wed 30 jan 02
I first thought you were coming to Linda Blossom's workshop in Paris Texas.
But in addition to Sevres
here are some other sights to recommend in Paris, France
The d'Orsay museum has two gigantic (6 ft') crystalline glazed pots upstairs with its Art Nouveau rooms..
The Louvre de Antiques is a large multi level antique mall ear the Louvre and it displays a lot of ceramics from Picasso to Palissey (one of my favorites) as well as some Italian Majolica.
Enjoy yourself. I toured all over Paris while my husband was at a conference for a week.
Marcia in Montana
Barb Lund wrote:
> Hi Folks- it seems that I may make it to Paris for a week in March. someone told me that thereis one of the finest museum collections of pottery in the work there, but I can't remember who told me. I checked the archives and read about the museum at the Sevres Porcelain Factory. Is this the one that person may have meant? Any other hints (and directions how to get there) would be appreciated. Thanks, Barb in Bloomington
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