"A beautiful painting is worth more than a long speech" said Emile Deyrolle. CultureSecrets invites you to learn how to draw at the famous Maison Deyrolle! Find the scientific precision of naturalist drawings, the poetry of the Carnets de Voyages and the Leçons de Choses through Deyrolle's drawing classes, in this unique Cabinet of Curiosities.
Almost two centuries old, the Maison Deyrolle - specialized in taxidermy - is today one of the last cabinets of curiosities open to the public. A dive into a singular place where giraffes, pink flamingos and unicorns rub shoulders with butterflies, insects and shells. The Maison Deyrolle is not only home to astonishing pieces, it has also been visited by great figures of the 20th century such as the painters Dubuffet, Salvador Dali or the writer Louise de Vilmorin! More recently, it hosted the shooting of some scenes of the famous Midnight in Paris by Woody Allen.
The Maison Deyrolle continues its historical educational vocation by currently working on the wri
Thursday, January 27th - 7pm.
46 rue du Bac,
Your name will be indicated on the list at the entrance of the event.
Don't forget your mask and your health pass!