Ralph Lauren helps restore Parisian art school

Ralph Lauren will dedicate funding for a two-year project that will oversee the restoration and modernisation of the listed building, as part of a broader Beaux-Arts preservation campaign. Founded in 1648, the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts has been a breeding ground for exceptional artistic talent ever since, with illustrious alumni including Renoir, Degas, Monet and Matisse.


The Ralph Lauren corporation has a rich connection with French heritage and a long standing commitment to philanthropy with a love of Paris.

Source: GC Privé Art

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