French pupils, in cooperation utilizing the French Heritage Society, are learning about United states heritage that is cultural the Lyndhurst Estate in Tarrytown come early july. The change system places students that are french the usa along with US pupils learning in France. Through their work/study, pupils from both nations gain an understanding and admiration of 1 another’s culture.
Julie Bernasconi and Marie Bord, the 2 winning and hard-working French students from L’Ecole du Louvre on work/study grants through the French Heritage Society, happen busily archiving maps and paintings long-stored at Lyndhurst’s greenhouse solution building. They arrived at the same time if the curators had been doing regular upkeep with this Jay and Helen Gould collection, therefore it dropped to Mademoiselles Bernasconi and Bord to completely clean, catalogue, measure, picture, look at the status regarding the structures and repackage the artworks in archival material for conservation, every one of which they faithfully finished in their short two-month stay.
Bernasconi, hailing from Fontainebleau, and Bord, from Nantes, have already been studying art history and museumology for four years in Paris, with a one-year internship in Leiden, Holland. Marie placed on her internship at Lyndhurst because, as she said, “My specialty is in design and collections. Into the nineteenth century, Jay Gould ended up being profoundly impacted by European art and had been a significant American collector, “ Julie had been thinking about doing research on “Gould’s breathtaking and unique collection right right here within the Hudson Valley, therefore historically fascinating,” she said.
They usually have both invested their time focusing on Gould’s map collection also kept in the greenhouse solution building. Continue reading