Animation movie for kids: Big Buck Bunny

A large and lovable rabbit deals with three tiny bullies, led by a flying squirrel, who are determined to squelch his happiness. Initial release: April 10, 2008 (Amsterdam) Director: Sacha Goedegebure Initial DVD release: May 20, 2008 (Netherlands) Producer: Ton … Read More

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Louvre: Nicolas Poussin – The Inspiration of the Poet

This work is not currently visible in the rooms of the Museum At the foot of a tree, Apollo, the god of the arts, sits, a large cloak draped over his superb body of Olympian. His head is crowned with … Read More

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The adventures of a red ant: I. A raid of slaves

“It’s time to go! Taratantara!! …” “Alert! Taratantara!!!” The anthill is covered with soldiers brandishing in the sun their bright, sharp mandibles. It is an indescribable back and forth … What a beautiful melee! … What a beautiful start! Long … Read More

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Louvre: Watteau – Pilgrimage to Cythera (The Embarkation for Cythera)

Sully wing – 2nd floor – Watteau – Room 36 Although he has only painted gallant festivals and subjects drawn from the Italian comedy, Antoine Watteau is a great master. He created a new aspect of art and saw nature … Read More

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Louvre: Correggio – Venus and Cupid with a Satyr

Denon wing – 1st floor – Grande Galerie – Room 8 Venus, nonchalantly lying on a blue drapery, an arm rounded above the head, sleeps without suspecting that the secret of her charms is betrayed and that a satyr, but … Read More

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Louvre: Leonardo da Vinci – La belle ferronnière

This work is not currently visible in the rooms of the Museum This portrait, known as La belle ferronnière or Portrait of an Unknown Woman, does not represent, as is commonly believed, the mistress of Francis I, but Lucrezia Crivelli, … Read More

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