Posts Tagged ‘Puvis de Chavannes’

Pantheon St Genevieve watching over Paris

Sainte Geneviève, patroness of Paris

Elena at Tea at Trianon has a post on Sainte Geneviève, whose feast we celebrate today. To illustrate this entry, I chose a painting by Puvis de Chavannes at the Panthéon, probably the most unfairly ignored landmark in Paris (by locals and tourists alike, I must say.) Originally intended by Louis XV as a church […]