Gustave Courbet cytaty

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Gustave Courbet

Data urodzenia: 10. Czerwiec 1819
Data zgonu: 31. Grudzień 1877

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Jean Désiré Gustave Courbet – francuski malarz realista.

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Cytaty Gustave Courbet

„(…) każdy artysta powinien być sobie własnym nauczycielem (…).“

— Gustave Courbet
Źródło: Zdzisław Kępiński, Impresjonizm, Wydawnictwa Artystyczne i Filmowe, Warszawa 1982, s. 41.

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„Nie może być szkoły – mogą być tylko artyści.“

— Gustave Courbet
Źródło: Zdzisław Kępiński, Impresjonizm, op. cit., s. 41.

„Nie maluję aniołów, bo ich nigdy nie widziałem.“

— Gustave Courbet
Źródło: Maria Rzepińska, Siedem wieków malarstwa europejskiego, wyd. II, popr., Zakład Narodowy im. Ossolińskich, Wrocław 1986, s. 388.

„I have never seen an angel. Show me an angel, and I'll paint one.“

— Gustave Courbet
Courbet, c 1860's, later quoted by Vincent van Gogh in a letter to brother Theo (July, 1885); in The letters of Vincent van Gogh, ed. Ronal de Leeuw - Penguin, New York, 1996, p. 302

„It is not often that one encounters so complete an expression of poverty and so, right then and there I got the idea for a painting. I told them to come to my studio the next morning.“

— Gustave Courbet
Quote, 1850's explaining to Champfleury and the writer Francis Wey; as cited on Wikipedia; Masanès, Fabrice 2006, p. 31 Courbet explains in his quote the start of his painting 'Stone-Breakers' [painted in 1849-50 / destroyed in the Allied Bombing of Dresden in 1945]; this painting was inspired by a scene Courbet witnessed on the roadside.

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„We finally saw the sea, the horizonless sea – how odd for a mountaindweller. We saw the beautiful boats that sail on it. It is too inviting, one feels carried away, one would leave to see the whole world.“

— Gustave Courbet
Quote from Courbet's letter to his parents (1841); as quoted in Image of the Sea: Oceanic Consciousness in the Romantic Century, Howard F. Isham, publisher: Peter Lang, 2004, Chapter 'Waterworlds', p. 307 reporting his experiences of a boat-trip with a friend over the Seine to the port of Le Havre; he made also a sketchbook of this trip in the Summer of 1841

„The sea! The sea!.... in her growling fury, she reminds me of a of the caged monster who can devour me.“

— Gustave Courbet
Quote from Courbet's letter to Victor Hugo, 1864; as cited by Sarah Faunce and Linda Nochlin, in Courbet Reconsidered; exhibition catalogue, The Brooklyn Museum, 1988, p. 188

„To know in order to do, that was my idea. To be in a position to translate the customs, the ideas, the appearance of my time, according to my own estimation; to be not only a painter, but a man as well; in short, to create living art – this is my goal. (Gustave Courbet, 1855) - note“

— Gustave Courbet
Courbet wrote this 'Realist manifesto' for the introduction to the catalogue of his independent, personal exhibition at the Pavilion of Realism in Paris, outside the 1855 Universal Exhibition. His text is echoing the tone of the period's political manifestos of those days

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