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Princess Marie opens "Les Contes Étranges de N.H. Jacobsen, un Danois à Paris" exhibition in Paris

Today, Princess Marie was back to work in Paris, France as she opened an exhibition at the Bourdelle Museum. Read more below.

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The “Les Contes Étranges de N.H. Jacobsen, un Danois à Paris” exhibition is the first exhibition in France devoted to Niels Hansen Jacobsen (1861-1941) and aim to take the visitor into the strange and dreamlike world of the Danish sculptor and ceramist, contemporary of Bourdelle after which the museum is named.

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N.H. Jacobsen settled in Paris from 1892 to 1902 and his workshop was the meeting place for a group of Scandinavian and Francophile symbolists of the time. Some of Jacobsen’s most famous sculptures include The Little Mermaid , The Mask of Autumn , The Troll , The Shadow  and Death and the Mother.

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The exhibition is organized in collaboration with the Vejen Kunstmuseum in Denmark and it benefits from the exceptional participation of the Petit Palais which is Museum of Fine Arts of Paris. The exhibition will be opened to the public tomorrow and will close on May 31.

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Marie wore her Hugo Boss Cellea coat which she first wore on Christmas Eve with a new green turtleneck and a new black velvet skirt.

She paired the outfit with her Jimmy Choo ‘Glynn’ boots and her YSL green leather clutch.

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One thought on “Princess Marie opens "Les Contes Étranges de N.H. Jacobsen, un Danois à Paris" exhibition in Paris

  1. What an interesting visit to the Museum. The Princess looks divine. Love the combination of colour, it works in perfectly. Overall appearance, sophisticated and chic.

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