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Albert Marquet

Data urodzenia: 27. Marzec 1875
Data zgonu: 13. Czerwiec 1947

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Albert Marquet − francuski malarz, rysownik i grafik.

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Cytaty Albert Marquet

„.. the Matisse of long ago, so alert, such a battler, always giving as good as he got.“

—  Albert Marquet
As quoted by Hilary Spurling 'The Unknown Matisse: Man of the North, 1869 – 1908', Penguin UK, 28 Sep, 2006, note 47 In this quote Marquet looked back long afterwards to the late night conversations with Henri Matisse on the stairs of 19 Quai St. Michel

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„When I draw, 1 am as pre-occupied before a gas-jet as before a human being.“

—  Albert Marquet
Lane, The Paintings of Albert Marquet p. 188; as quoted in 'Appendix' of Albert Marquet and the Fauve movement, 1898-1908, Norris Judd, published 1976, - translation Norris Judd - Thesis (A.B.)--Sweet Briar College, p. 116

„Over the course of the war I came to understand a lot. The Communists are right... It's terrible that many people haven't understood anything and want to return everything back..“

—  Albert Marquet
from the memoirs of Ilya Ehrenburg; as quoted by Mikhail Guerman, in Albert Marquet – The Paradox of Time, Parkstone Aurora Publishers, Bournemouth England, 1995, p. 82 Ilya Ehrenburg wrote that Marquet said him this shortly after the War, in 1946.

„I do not know how to write or speak but only to paint and draw. Look at what I have done. Whether I have succeeded in explaining myself or not, in any case, if you do not understand my work, through your fault or mine, I can do no more.“

—  Albert Marquet
Marcelle Marquet, Marquet Fernand Hazan Editions, Paris 1955, p. 6; as quoted in 'Appendix – Marquet Speaks on his Art', in "Albert Marquet and the Fauve movement, 1898-1908", Norris Judd, published 1976, - translation Norris Judd - Thesis (A.B.)--Sweet Briar College, p. 116

„Let's leave the studio and go watch what moves..“

—  Albert Marquet
Marquet quoted by his wife Marcelle, in 'Exposition Albert Marquet', Musee Jenisch, p. 8; as cited in Albert Marquet and the Fauve movement; 1898-1908, Norris Judd, Thesis (A.B.), published by Sweet Briar College, May, 1976 – - digitized by Internet Archive, 2010 https://archive.org/details/albertmarquetfau00judd, p. 52 [comment of his wife: Marquet frequently said this to his companions; he rarely appeared in the studio of his art teacher Gustave Moreau for any length of time because he felt ill at ease there. He preferred to sketch in the streets of Paris with w:Charles Camoin or w:Henri Manguin.

„It is in working [= painting] that you will find yourself..“

—  Albert Marquet
Quotes by Marcelle Marquet; as cited in Exposition Marquet, Musee des Beaux Arts Nancy, Juin - July, 1959, p. 18 (transl. Norris Judd)

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„I was certain that they [ Poussin's paintings which Marquet copied frequently in the 1880's] would never bore me.“

—  Albert Marquet
as quoted by Mikhail Guerman, in Albert Marquet – The Paradox of Time, Parkstone Aurora Publishers, Bournemouth England, 1995, p. 11

„Painting, even if we call it bad, if it is what helps to keep someone alive, how can we condemn it?“

—  Albert Marquet
Marcelle Marquet, Marquet, Fernand Hazan Editions, Paris 1955, p. 3; as quoted in 'Appendix – Marquet Speaks on his Art' in "Albert Marquet and the Fauve movement, 1898-1908", Norris Judd, published 1976, - translation Norris Judd - Thesis (A.B.)--Sweet Briar College, p. 116

„Henri Matisse and I were already working, before the 1900 Exhibition, as far back as 1898, in what was later to be called the Fauve style.“

—  Albert Marquet
As quoted by J. E. Müller, Le Fauvisme, Paris, Hazan, 1956, p. 18 [Marquet's quote refers to the Spring and Summer of 1898 - after the death of their common Paris' art-teacher Gustave Moreau; Marquet was then painting together with Henri Matisse ].

„I painted only [in pure colours] at Arcueil and at the Luxembourg Gardens.“

—  Albert Marquet
As quoted by J. P. Crespelle, The Fauves, Oldbourne Press, London 1962, p. 66 one of the paintings which Marquet painted in 1898 at the Luxembourg Gardens was titled simply 'Le Luxembourg', see: Francois Fosca, Albert Marquet (Paris: Editions Nouvelle Revue Francois, 1922), pl, 16.

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