Since 1776, personal relationships have defined America’s partnership with our oldest democratic ally, France. F-ACF is the product of hundreds of individuals reaching across the Atlantic – as soldiers, scientists, chefs, businessmen, artists, writers, diplomats, immigrants, and expats.
The American Revolution: A World War was a ground breaking exhibition that ran at the National Museum of American History during the summer of 2019. The exhibition examined the 1781 victory at Yorktown and the Franco-American partnership that made it possible. The centerpiece of the exhibition included two paintings created by Louis-Nicolas van Blarenberghe as […]
From July through October 2016, the French-American Cultural Foundation, partnering with the Château de Versailles, sponsored an exhibit presentation at Versailles on France’s role in the American Revolutionary War.