XIR3692 Liberty Leading the People, 28 July 1830, c.1830-31 (oil on canvas) (for detail see 95120) by Delacroix, Ferdinand Victor Eugene (1798-1863); 260x325 cm; Louvre-Lens, France; (add.info.: freedom guiding the people, 28 July 1830;); French,  out of copyright.

Around the World: France

“I do not believe there is another city on earth so beautiful as Paris nor another people with such an appreciation of the beautiful as the French…”

Edward Hopper

 

We celebrate la belle France this week – the country that embodies culture and sophistication, AND produces over 350 types of cheese!

Take a look at the abundance of work from the great French masters, the cultural icons, fashion and just a few of the great French collections that we represent, among other hand-selected lightboxes.

 

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1216959 Tai Shan, the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s first surviving panda cub (photo); (add.info.: In July 2005, Mei Xiang gave birth to the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s first surviving panda cub, Tai Shan. He left the Zoo in February 2010 for Bifengxia Panda Base in China, where he will contribute to its breeding program. ); Photo © National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution; PERMISSION REQUIRED FOR NON EDITORIAL USAGE; out of copyright. PLEASE NOTE: Bridgeman Images works with the owner of this image to clear permission. If you wish to reproduce this image, please inform us so we can clear permission for you.

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Tai Shan, the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s first surviving panda cub (photo)

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Tai Shan, the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s first surviving panda cub (photo)

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1216959 Tai Shan, the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s first surviving panda cub (photo); (add.info.: In July 2005, Mei Xiang gave birth to the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s first surviving panda cub, Tai Shan. He left the Zoo in February 2010 for Bifengxia Panda Base in China, where he will contribute to its breeding program. ); Photo © National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution; PERMISSION REQUIRED FOR NON EDITORIAL USAGE; out of copyright. PLEASE NOTE: Bridgeman Images works with the owner of this image to clear permission. If you wish to reproduce this image, please inform us so we can clear permission for you.

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Tai Shan, the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s first surviving panda cub (photo)

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1216959 Tai Shan, the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s first surviving panda cub (photo); (add.info.: In July 2005, Mei Xiang gave birth to the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s first surviving panda cub, Tai Shan. He left the Zoo in February 2010 for Bifengxia Panda Base in China, where he will contribute to its breeding program. ); Photo © National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution; PERMISSION REQUIRED FOR NON EDITORIAL USAGE; out of copyright. PLEASE NOTE: Bridgeman Images works with the owner of this image to clear permission. If you wish to reproduce this image, please inform us so we can clear permission for you.

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1216959 Tai Shan, the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s first surviving panda cub (photo); (add.info.: In July 2005, Mei Xiang gave birth to the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s first surviving panda cub, Tai Shan. He left the Zoo in February 2010 for Bifengxia Panda Base in China, where he will contribute to its breeding program. ); Photo © National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution; PERMISSION REQUIRED FOR NON EDITORIAL USAGE; out of copyright. PLEASE NOTE: Bridgeman Images works with the owner of this image to clear permission. If you wish to reproduce this image, please inform us so we can clear permission for you.

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1216959 Tai Shan, the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s first surviving panda cub (photo); (add.info.: In July 2005, Mei Xiang gave birth to the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s first surviving panda cub, Tai Shan. He left the Zoo in February 2010 for Bifengxia Panda Base in China, where he will contribute to its breeding program. ); Photo © National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution; PERMISSION REQUIRED FOR NON EDITORIAL USAGE; out of copyright. PLEASE NOTE: Bridgeman Images works with the owner of this image to clear permission. If you wish to reproduce this image, please inform us so we can clear permission for you.

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French Collections

1216959 Tai Shan, the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s first surviving panda cub (photo); (add.info.: In July 2005, Mei Xiang gave birth to the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s first surviving panda cub, Tai Shan. He left the Zoo in February 2010 for Bifengxia Panda Base in China, where he will contribute to its breeding program. ); Photo © National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution; PERMISSION REQUIRED FOR NON EDITORIAL USAGE; out of copyright. PLEASE NOTE: Bridgeman Images works with the owner of this image to clear permission. If you wish to reproduce this image, please inform us so we can clear permission for you.

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1216959 Tai Shan, the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s first surviving panda cub (photo); (add.info.: In July 2005, Mei Xiang gave birth to the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s first surviving panda cub, Tai Shan. He left the Zoo in February 2010 for Bifengxia Panda Base in China, where he will contribute to its breeding program. ); Photo © National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution; PERMISSION REQUIRED FOR NON EDITORIAL USAGE; out of copyright. PLEASE NOTE: Bridgeman Images works with the owner of this image to clear permission. If you wish to reproduce this image, please inform us so we can clear permission for you.

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Tai Shan, the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s first surviving panda cub (photo)

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