In Paris, the Mona Bismarck American Center honors Transatlantic art

This art gallery is nestled in a 19th-century private mansion in Paris, and was founded by the Countess Mona Bismarck. Married five times, divorced three times and widowed twice, Mona Bismarck was a leading socialite and a couture patron who left a hub for American culture in Paris. This institution sits on the most American…

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