Rosemary Flannery has lived in France since 1989 and enjoys dual French-American nationality. She graduated with honors in French from Columbia University in 1985 with a degree in French language and literature. In Paris, she studied Méthodologie de l’Architecture with Professor Claude Mignot, an authority on Parisian building façades, at the Sorbonne. While at Columbia she co-produced and hosted French Encounters, a public-access television program on French culture produced in conjunction with the French Embassy. In 2005 Rosemary created and produced The Art Beat, a weekly cultural magazine for Paris Live Radio, an Internet radio station; some of her programs were picked up by BBC World. Her articles on the angels in Parisian architecture have been published by France Today. She gives tours of Paris, especially of museums and of architecture. The Angels of Paris, her first book, will be published by The Little Book Room, NYC and distributed by Random House in 2012.
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