Art Exhibition at the Pinacotheque de Paris - LateRooms.com

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Two of the country's most renowned painters, the pair lived in the district of Montmarte during the 19th century and were members of the Ecole de Paris - a group of artists that formed during the impressionist movement.

Those staying in hotels in Paris - http://www.laterooms.com/en/k12835253_paris-hotels.aspx - have until September 15th to attend an exciting art exhibition at the Pinacotheque de Paris.

The gallery is currently showing a collection of work completed by French artist Suzanne Valadon and her son Maurice Utrillo.

Two of the country's most renowned painters, the pair lived in the district of Montmarte during the 19th century and were members of the Ecole de Paris - a group of artists that formed during the impressionist movement.

Bringing together more than 100 works by the duo, the exhibition is a must for those keen to learn more about this era in Paris.

According to the gallery, the collection "seeks to recreate the atmosphere of this pivotal period while at the same time introducing the public to the modern vision that Maurice Utrillo brings to the city of Paris and its districts".

Entry to the exhibition costs nine euros (GBP7.90), while entry for under-12s is free of charge.

The area of Montmarte, where the pair lived, is one of the most famous parts of the city.

As well as the Moulin Rouge, the district is home to a number of other notable attractions, including the Musee de Montmartre at 12 rue Cortot, which occupies a former residential building that was once home to artists including Renoir and Dufy.

LateRooms.com has a Hôtel Paris - http://www.laterooms.com/fr/k12835253_hotel-paris.aspx - page which has been translated into French.

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