In Montmartre

In Montmartre A Lively And Deeply Researched Group Biography Of The Figures Who Transformed The World Of Art In Bohemian Paris In The First Decade Of The Twentieth Century In Montmartre Is A Colorful History Of The Birth Of Modernist Art As It Arose From One Of The Most Astonishing Collections Of Artistic Talent Ever Assembled It Begins In October 1900, As A Teenage Pablo Picasso, Eager For Fame And Fortune, First Makes His Way Up The Hillside Of Paris S Famous Windmill Topped District Over The Next Decade, Among The Studios, Salons, Caf S, Dance Halls, And Galleries Of Montmartre, The Young Spaniard Joins The Likes Of Henri Matisse, Andr Derain, Maurice De Vlaminck, Georges Braque, Amedeo Modigliani, Constantin Brancusi, Gertrude Stein, And Many , In Revolutionizing Artistic Expression Sue Roe Has Blended Exceptional Scholarship With Graceful Prose To Write This Remarkable Group Portrait Of The Men And Women Who Profoundly Changed The Arts Of Painting, Sculpture, Dance, Music, Literature, And Fashion She Describes The Origins Of Movements Like Fauvism, Cubism, And Futurism, And Reconstructs The Stories Behind Immortal Paintings By Picasso And Matisse Relating The Colorful Lives And Complicated Relationships Of This Dramatic Bohemian Scene, Roe Illuminates The Excitement Of The Moment When These Bold Experiments In Artistic Representation And Performance Began To Take Shape A Thrilling Account, In Montmartre Captures An Extraordinary Group On The Cusp Of Fame And Immortality Through Their Stories, Roe Brings To Life One Of The Key Moments In The History Of Art Praise For In Montmartre Lively And Engaging Readers Will Find A Fresh Sense Of How All These People The Geniuses And The Hangers On, The Wealthy Collectors And The Unworldly Painters Related To Each Other..In Roe S Entertaining, Ingeniously Structured Account Roe Brings Montmatre S Hedyday Back To Life Sunday Times London With Evocative Imagery Roe Sketches Out The Intensely Visual Spectacle On Which Montmatre S Artistic Community Was Able To Draw Roe Is Particularly Good At Communicating The Extraordinary Devotion Of Matisse And Picasso To Their Work Financial Times

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  • 384 pages
  • In Montmartre
  • Sue Roe
  • English
  • 26 March 2018

10 thoughts on “In Montmartre

  1. says:

    It is a wonderful thing how much courage it takes even to buy a clock you are very much liking when it is a kind of one everyone thinks only a servant should be owning It is very wonderful how much courage it takes to buy bright coloured handkerchiefs when everyone having good taste uses white ones or pale coloured ones, when a bright coloured one gives you so much pleasure you suffer always at not having them It is very hard to have the courage of your being in you, in clocks, in handkerchiefs, in aspirations, in liking things that are low, in anything Gertrude Stein The young Pablo PIcasso, circa 1904, photographed by Ricard Canals i Llambi.As I continue to add prints of Modernist and Impressionist painters with a few Da Vinci s and Vermeer s to my growing collection,I find it so inspirational to have surrounded myself with such divergent artistic concepts When I look at a Matisse or a Picasso or a Vlaminck or a van Dongen or a Modigliani or a Dali or a Van Gogh, their expressions of ideas are so unique to them that it is as if I m seeing the world through their eyes I can steal the eyes of a painter, at least briefly, and even once my eyes have flicked away from the painting, th...

  2. says:

    This is a extremely well researched book and there is a ton of information here I m slightly perplexed as to why I didn t find it compelling reading than I didperhaps it s partly because I just read a biography of Picasso and a lot of this was repetitive, maybe it was because of the way the story jumps from artist to artist a bit too much, maybe because there are hardly any illustrationseight reproduced paintings and fourteen photos, period, so I constantly was ha...

  3. says:

    Um livro que agu a a curiosidade para continuar a abrir portas no mbito deste t pico.

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  5. says:

    From BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week Sue Roe s story of Pablo Picasso and other artists in the famous Paris quarter.4 In Montmartre Picasso, Matisse, and the Birth of Modernist Art TBR The Private Lives of the Impressionists

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    Book of the Week August 04 Author Sue Roe account, abridged by Katrin Williams, describes how Pablo Picasso and other artists found this Paris quarter irresistible when arriving in the early 1900 s.Reader Stella GonetProducer Duncan Minshull. view spoiler 1 He turns up with his Catalan friend Casagemas during the World Fair and quickly feels at home, painting the scene and carousing in such notorious watering holes as the Zut.2 Picasso must sell his work to survive and he meets up with some remarkable dealers Also the alluring Fernande, his new muse and lover.3 Picasso works in the vicinity of other artists such as Derain and Vlaminck And also Matisse The two of them are like chalk and cheese 4 Picasso travels with Fernande to Spain, which opens the mind to some fantastic possibilities And one particular picture will cause a stir.5 Picasso eventually leaves Montmatre for the sedate charms of Clichy Then author Gertrude Stein sums what Montma...

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    I was fortunate to receive an ARC for this book In 1900 a teenaged Pablo Picasso arrived in Paris Already there or soon to arrive were Derain, Vlaminck, Rousseau, Leo and Gertrude Stein, Paul Poiret, Diaghilev and of course Henri Matisse The first decade of the 20th century changed the world for art, cinema, dance and fashion The author keeps the focus tightly on culture there isn t much me...

  8. says:

    I m pretty sure Picasso and Matisse s lives were enthralling than this biography attempts to depict.

  9. says:

    Just as I did not want to leave Montmartre when I visited last August, I did not want this book to end I love biographies that are dedicated to place over person, to capturing a small group of individuals that come to characterise a place and create an unforgettable atmosphere that reverberates through the years I am a sucker for the story of the starving artist the elite group of dedicated people who suffer for their art, living in squalor and burning through personal and professional relationships in the name of vision and creation This book was perfect for me I did not want a minutely detailed account of any of these artists personal lives I did not want to know about their childhoods or the intimate details of all their relationships I was much interested in their stories in the context of Montmartre and the way that life there shaped their art and allowed them to form their artistic identities It was an interesting read for someone who knows Montmartre only as the place dubbed the artist district of Paris My experience was that of one of the many tourists swarming its boulevards over a century after they have all left I know it only in terms of the residua...

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