Spend a morning with Amy Kupec-Larue discovering the charms of the Tuileries Gardens. Originally developed by Catherine de’ Medici in 1564 as an Italian Renaissance garden, it has borne evidence through the centuries to the changing tastes of royalty, and endured through the tempests of revolution and war. From the 17th century garden a la francaise envisioned by famed landscape designer Andre LeNotre to the 20th century sculpture garden contributed under President Jacques Chirac, seeing the Tuileries through Amy’s eyes will forever change the way you look at this historic, yet always contemporary, garden.
Thursday, November 16, 2017
Maximum 15 people with possibility of second date on April 24 if this class fills
10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Sent to registrants
Line 1 – Tuileries
RER C - Musee d’Orsay
Sharon Nossiter, 06 47 55 37 30
Amy Kupec-Larue, 06 77 23 46 44
20 € members, 25€ non-members
Reid Hall, 4 Rue Chevreuse 75006, Paris