christine laverne et Georges bronner

Villégiature

“This book was never written, it was collected…”, Marcel Proust tells us. It was in Normandy that he made his most beautiful harvests which would become, transfigured, the elements of his novel where the villas ans hostels hold a privileged position. There he gives us a charade of a holiday on the Cote Fleurie at the … Lire la suite…

Au fil de la Dives

Georges Bronner and Christine Laverne are geologists, and they are also accomplished water color artists.  With the practical advice of the local fishing and river expert Yvon Carbonne, their latest book rediscovers the “Dives.”  The trip begins in the department of Ornes and ends in Dives-sur-Mer, between Cabourg and Houlgate, where this coastal river empties … Lire la suite…

Venise & Proust

Marcel Proust paid numerous visits to the Côte Fleurie and used it to create the settings of some of his most beautiful pages. Who better, indeed, to « illustrate» this publication than this painter, director and realist poet ? Extract Page 26 et 26 FEATURES Authors : Martine SALVATGE, Christine LAVERNE et Georges BRONNER, text extracted … Lire la suite…

Proust et la Côte Fleurie

Marcel Proust paid numerous visits to the Côte Fleurie and used it to create the settings of some of his most beautiful pages. Who better, indeed, to « illustrate» this publication than this painter, director and realist poet ? Extrct : Page 10 et 11 FEATURES Authors : Martine SALVATGE, Christine LAVERNE and Georges BRONNER, … Lire la suite…