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10 May 2017Misia Sert, Muse to Renoir & Others by Julian Halsby
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Misia Sert, Muse to Renoir & Others by Julian Halsby Location: L'Arrière-Scène, Rue de Chambery 32, 1040 Brussels (Etterbeek) Wednesday 10 May 2017

Misia was at the very heart of modern art and music in Paris. Debussy and Ravel dedicated several pieces to her and she was also painted by Toulouse-Lautrec, Bonnard and Renoir. Who was this intriguing Lady?

Please note that this lecture will be at Venue 2,  please click Google Maps to view that location.