Christopher Stone Sculptor

New Museum of Art in France

Comunicado de prensa   •   feb 25, 2011 09:49 CET

New Museum to open in France.
Nestled beneath the Pyrenees on the French side lies  the tiny hamlet of Saint Frajou, a picturesque  village of less than 200 habitants which is now the home of The "Musée de Peinture" or The Museum of Paintings.
Villagers, friends, the City council, and other interested people got together with the towns Mayor George Tomasi and planned this exciting project.


Please visit the Museums website below for all the information regarding this project.

The Museum housed in the converted local school will be the home of some 30 wonderful paintings all donated by the Superb, and generous artist Ksenia Milocevic.
Ksenia originally from Yugoslavia now spends her time between Paris and Saint Frajou where she and her husband have a home.
Other artists who hold work in the museums permanent collection are the French sculptor Gerard Lartique and British sculptor Christopher Stone,

The Mayor of St. Frajou George Tomasi
City Council,
Museum of Painting and Friends of the Museum of Painting of St. Frajou are delighted to annonce their forthcoming
 inauguration of Museum Permanent Collection

The Saint-Frajou Museum of Painting  participates as partner in the event of  "2011 Year of the Pyrenees"

Reservations and information: 0033 (0) 5 61 94 15 66 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              0033 (0) 5 61 94 15 66      end_of_the_skype_highlighting between 19 and 21 .



Ksenia Milicevic web site
 Christopher Stone web site 

Gerard Lartigue web site  February 26 2011 at 17 h.