Une Révérence = A Obeisance
I am French and my English is not perfect yet but I tent my chance and I have just begun writting my blog in another tongue. Sorry for my future grammatical errors...
You could find in Mon Book in the sidebar my artworks although I have never attended an graphic course.
Have a question? Go to the Forum, and I answered fastly.
I don't know why I haven't talked about it before!!
For a year now, I have used all the time Wait a Moment (or Hurikat) to find the best moment to visit a monument or a museum in Paris. Better, the app works for restaurants, supermarkets etc. And the page dedicated to your chosen location is full of tips and comments.
The users contribute and update it everytime they point out their own time, so the chart is quite exact. I think it can make your life easier in Paris in a crasy summer day.
Enjoy it! (I precise, it's not an advertising :)
The Winged Victory of Samothrace has been recently restored and replaced at the top of the stairs, in the Greec sculpture Gallery of Le Louvre.
A room in the Louvre shows us the mystery and history surrounding this statue we often reduce it to a simple winged and beheaded figure amidst a grand staircase.
Pieter Bruegel the Elder, The Parable of the Blind, 1568, distemper on linen canvas, 86 cm × 154 cm (34 in × 61 in), Museo di Capodimonte, Naples, Italy.
But he answering them, said: Every plant which my heavenly Father hath not planted, shall be rooted up. Let them alone: they are blind, and leaders of the blind. And if the blind lead the blind, both will fall into the pit.
Matthew's Gospel, ch. 15 (13-14)