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The Shchukin Collection Comes to Paris

For the first time since the Bolshevik Revolution, this major art collection is at the heart of Europe.
André Derain's 1905 painting Le Port (Port Vendres).
Le Port Derain Source: Adagp

When the Fondation Louis Vuitton opened a couple of years ago, it was not without controversy. But since then, Paris has had other, rather more serious, things to worry about than a luxury-goods conglomerate constructing a huge Frank Gehry building in the middle of the Bois de Boulogne. Now the FLV has become one

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