Negresco n°7 2018
Negresco n°7 2018
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  • Parution : n°7 de 2018

  • Périodicité : annuel

  • Editeur : Les Editions COTE

  • Format : (295 x 400) mm

  • Nombre de pages : 64

  • Taille du fichier PDF : 13,8 Mo

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2 8 RAOUL DUFY, LA BAIE DES ANGES À NICE, 1927. LUTRIN QUAI RAUBA CAPEU, À NICE. RAOUL DUFY, THE BAIE DES ANGES IN NICE, 1927. LECTERN ON QUAI RAUBA CAPEU, NICE. D.R. RAOUL DUFY, LE MARCHÉ AUX POISSONS. LUTRIN PLACE SAINT-FRANÇOIS, À NICE. RAOUL DUFY, THE FISH MARKET. LECTERN ON PLACE SAINT-FRANÇOIS, NICE. D.R. nr..1) UbUij T-e LES ARTISTES DE LA RIVIERA/THE RIVIERA’S PAINTERS Follow in the steps of great masters, to the very spots where they setup their easels, is the idea behind the original « La Côte d’Azur des Peintres » trail created by the Comité Régional du Tourisme Riviera Côte d’Azur. This land between sea and mountains, drenched in light and cultivating tranquillity but no less joyfulness and celebration, has been an inexhaustible source of inspiration for so many artists, from Mandelieu to Menton, Grasse to Saint-Paul-de-Vence. The advent of Impressionism may have marked a rupture with the past, but Pierre- Auguste Renoir and Claude Monet were also of those who lauded the Riviera coastline. After spending a winter in Nice, Henri Matisse decided in 1917 to prolong his stay on the Côte d’Azur, which he considered a paradise and sought to transcribe onto canvas. Entranced by the Midi’s countryside and sunshine, Pierre Bonnard setup home in Le Cannet in 1926 with his life partner Marthe. After the Second World War it was the turn of Marc Chagall, promoted around the world by Adrien Maeght, to settle in Vence. And we mustn’t forget Cross, Dufy, Derain, Léger, Picasso, Cocteau, Peynet, Soutine and the many others who lived or stayed here and marked it forever. A colour muse These painters’works testify to theupheavals of modernity, which found fertile ground here in the South in its splendid coastal towns, villages of picturesque alleyways, lively squares and bucolic gardens. The trail of lecterns displaying copies of paintings in enamelled lava invites us to observe from a fresh angle. In Antibes we smell the sea air on the same spot as Eugène Boudin, one of the first painters to take his easel out of the studio, and Claude Monet too, letting his impressions of morning or afternoon emerge onto his canvas. Raoul Dufy takes us into the Old Nice of yesteryear, to the fish market on Place Saint-François, and reminds us of the days when carriages trotted to the Jetée-Promenade Casino. With Chaïm Soutine we climbthe The Hill Road in Cagnes-sur-Mer, while Jean Cocteau leads us into Villefranche-sur-Mer’s Rue Obscure. As for Marc Chagall, he flies his couples over a blue landscape or the roofs of Saint-Paul-de-Vence, and the hand of Pablo Picasso magically reveals Cannes Bay to us. This unique exploration of a new kind will incite you too to visit the numerous Riviera museums, foundations and studios where a number of the artworks are conserved. Site du CRT Riviera Côte d’Azur  : Site du Département des Alpes-Maritimes  : Renseignements auprès des Offices de tourisme de chaque commune. > RAYMOND PEYNET, LES AMOUREUX AUX REMPARTS. DESSIN AYANT SERVI À LA RÉALISATION DU LUTRIN À ANTIBES, POINTE DE L’ILET. RAYMOND PEYNET, LOVERS ON THE RAMPARTS. DRAWING USED FOR THE LECTERN AT POINTE DE L’ILET, ANTIBES. D.R.
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