Provence was where Fisher and Child, along with their friend James Beard, began to break from French traditions of cooking.
Images of Mary Magdalene were hard to ignore when I began traveling to Provence, where medieval beliefs coexist with modern ones.
Cartier-Bresson died in Provence in 2004, but this anniversary show reinforces that he is as substantial a presence as ever.
We've Always Had Paris...and Provence by Patricia and Walter Wells.
I exchanged a look with the man who had accompanied me to Provence.
The man with the automobile, the corn-cure, and the baby grew to be legendary in the villages of Provence.
In spite of her father, she will visit the whole of Provence.
It is precisely similar in character to the mistral which prevails in Provence and along the French Mediterranean littoral.
Felicite was a short, dark woman, such as one often meets in Provence.
News was brought to him that the Queen, taken with panic, had fled to Provence, seeking sanctuary at Avignon.
from French Provence, from Latin provincia "province" (see province); the southern part of ancient Gaul technically was the province of Gallia Narbonensis, but it came under Roman rule long before the rest of Gaul and as the Romans considered it the province par excellence they familiarly called it (nostra) provincia "our province."