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  1. 07 Jan
    Thu / 2016
    It is a mystery equal to the Tuber melanosporum itself why I received the Medaille d'Honneur from the Confrerie du Diamant Noir et de la Gastronomie (The Brotherhood of the Black Diamond and Gastronomy), or why I was invited to join Confrerie de la Truffe et du Vin du Luberon (the brotherhood of the truffle and wine of the Luberon).

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  2. 07 Aug
    Wed / 2013
    Announcing the 2013 Summer/Fall Brown Foundation Fellows at the Dora Maar House

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  3. 19 Oct
    Fri / 2012
    One of our current residents at the Dora Maar House, Anne Vilsbøll is a Danish painter, author and curator. While at the Dora Maar House, Vilsbøll continues to work on her series of paintings “Les Doyennes and Les Doyens de Provence,” portraits of people between 80-100 years old. As she searches out, meets and talks with some of the oldest citizens of the village, she returns to Dora Maar full of awe and enthusiasm....

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  4. 13 Aug
    Mon / 2012
    Once upon a time, in Provence, the best one could hope for was a peaceful death. An easy death was rare; violent, painful ways to die were many . . . thus La Mort de Saint Joseph (“The Happy Death of Saint Joseph”) became a favorite theme for Provençal painters.

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  5. 10 Jun
    Sun / 2012
    On June 19, we will hold a salon at the Maison Dora Maar. Susan Opton, Jane MacAvock, and Lisa Williams, the current artists in residence, will talk about their work, followed by informal discussions with drinks and hors d'oeuvres in the garden. Everyone is welcome. . . .

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