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Tag Archives: Montparnasse Cemetery

THE UNCONVENTIONAL ARTIST WITH INFINITE INTERESTS – Man Ray, casual but not indifferent photographer

What matters is the idea, not the camera His body ws buried in the Montparnasse cemetery, where you can read the epitaph: Nonchalant, but not indifferent. Le violon d’Ingres, one of his photographic portraits from 1924, depicted the naked back of a model retouched with marker strokes, a true creative genius in the form of two violin Effe. Born in …

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PERFECTLY PAINTING PARISIAN LIFE, BETWEEN BOULEVARDS AND CAFES – Jean Béraud, the most Parisian of the Impressionists

A gallant painter man, always guided by the highest precepts of honor and taste He enjoyed success throughout his career, though he was forgotten at the time of his death, due to a general lack of interest in Belle Époque painters. He was one of Marcel Proust’s witnesses in a duel that took place in 1897, due to an article …

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