France is not only home to a great number of great artists and musicians, but also the French Republic has a vast amount of art and cultural heritage to share.
This article will help you to discover this rich and vibrant heritage in your own country.
The aim of this article is to give you a quick overview of some of the most prominent artists and artists who are featured in this Dictionnaire de la révolution de l’art et de la culture évérité, which is a collection of artwork created by the French government.
The collection also includes works by other artists, such as Claude Monet, Georges Méliès, Claude Debussy, Pierre Boulez, Marcel Duchamp, François Truffaut, Marcel Triton, Renoir, René Magritte, and many others.
To start browsing, just click on the image below.
If you want to browse further, just tap on the icon that you see next to each artist’s name.
The Dictionële de la Révolution des Arts et de l Culture évératives consists of more than 6,000 illustrations, drawings, sculptures, and other works created by all of France’s national art and culture departments.
The first page of this Dictnaire is a list of all of the artists featured in the collection.
Click on the images below to access the full Dictionaire de la reçue.