Saturday, May 17, 2008

The Paris Papers: Part Three

Gustave Caillebotte (1848-1894): The Man Who Painted Pauses

Young Man at His Window, 1875

Le pont de l'Europe, 1876

Man on a Balcony, 1880

A Balcony, 1880

In a Cafe, 1880

Interior, 1880

A "modern" man has nothing to add to modernism, if only because he has nothing to oppose it with.

Elias Canetti

Musique Du Jour: Si Tu N'etais Pas La, Amelie (Soundtrack)

Addendum X

Camille Pissarro (1830-1903): Above The Madding Crowd

Boulevard Montmartre, Morning, Grey Weather, 1897

Boulevard Montmartre, Afternoon, Sunshine, 1897

Boulevard Montmartre, Night, 1897

Boulevard Montmartre, Rainy Weather, Afternoon, 1897

Avenue de l'Opera, Morning Sunshine, 1898

Avenue de l'Opera, Misty Weather, 1898

We are all the subjects of impressions, and some of us seek to convey the impressions to others. In the art of communicating impressions lies the power of generalizing without losing that logical connection of parts to the whole which satisfies the mind.

Camille Pissarro