After last week’s fire at Notre-Dame de Paris, I spent two days scouring the newspapers for the latest news about the church’s fate. What resulted is probably the longest article I’ve written for DailyArt Magazine.
In my piece, you will find out the church’s current condition, learn why fire and medieval churches have a history of going together, hear about some of the decisions that will need to be made before the restoration work can really begin, and more.
Click here to read the article. In case you missed it, you can also read my reaction to last week’s fire right here on A Scholarly Skater.
Alexandra Kiely, aka A Scholarly Skater, is an art historian based in the northeastern United States. She loves wandering down the dark and dusty corners of art history and wholeheartedly believes in visual art's ability to enrich every person's life.
Her favorite periods of art history are 19th-century American painting and medieval European art and architecture. When she not looking at, reading about, writing about, or teaching art, she's probably ice dancing or reading.
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5 thoughts on “The latest news about Notre-Dame is in my article for DailyArt Magazine”
An excellent article on Daily Art. Thank you.
I’m glad you liked it!
Nice to read a considered and sensible report.
Thank you! That was definitely the goal.
You succeeded 🙂