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Frédéric Bazille

Datum narození: 6. prosinec 1841
Datum úmrtí: 28. listopad 1870

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Jean Frédéric Bazille byl francouzský impresionistický malíř působící především jako portrétista a krajinář.

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Citáty Frédéric Bazille

„I have started a large landscape which is beginning to take shape.“

—  Frédéric Bazille
Quote in Bazille's letter to his father, June 1870; as cited in Impressionnism, Gary Tinterow, Henri Loyrette; Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1994, p. 338

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„I have no intention of being killed, there's too much I still want to do with my life.“

—  Frédéric Bazille
In: Les Impressionists autour de Paris: tableau de banlieu avec peintres, ed. Jean-Michel Puydebat – SEM Chateau d’Auvers, 1993, p. 16 Quote from a late letter of Bazille he wrote in 1870, shortly before he died in the Franco-Prussian War; Bazille joined General de Barrail's staff

„The big classical compositions are finished; an ordinary view of daily life would be much more interesting.“

—  Frédéric Bazille
Quote by Jean Renoir, in: Renoir my father, p. 96; as quoted in The private lives of the Impressionists, Sue Roe, Harpen Collins Publishers, New York 2006, p. 24 a remark of Bazille, in the winter of 1862 – 63 during a walk with Renoir the two painters passed a crying baby while its nurse was flirting with a soldier

„The subject matter is unimportant, provided what I have done is interesting as a painting. I chose the modern era because it is the one I understand best; I find it more alive for people who are alive.“

—  Frédéric Bazille
as quoted in: 'Frédéric Bazille and the Birth of Impressionism', Corrinne Chong, PhD -independent scholar http://www.19thc-artworldwide.org/autumn17/chong-reviews-frederic-bazille-and-the-birth-of-impressionism

„Don't worry! I bring to it all the necessary objectivity, don't be alarmed.... dirty machinists, very dumb musicians, a very old [choreographer] Monsieur Auber, and everyone only thinks about getting her job done as quickly as possible to earn a living.“

—  Frédéric Bazille
about a 'backstage-scene' of the Paris Opera, from his letter to Bazille's mother c. 1866; as cited in The private lives of the Impressionists, Sue Roe, Harpen Collins Publishers, New York 2006, p. 49

„Certain parts of the forest [the forest Bas Bréau, near Barbizon ] are truly wonderful. We can't even imagine such oak trees in Montpellier.“

—  Frédéric Bazille
In: Frédéric Bazille and early Impressionism, Marandel; Daulte et al. p. 155 Bazille's quote refers to travelling and painting together landscape in-open-air with Monet, Pisarro and Renoir, all students of the Paris art-teacher w:Charles Gleyre.

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„I do hope, that if I ever do anything, at least to have the merit of not copying anyone.“

—  Frédéric Bazille
Quote in Bazille's letter to his father, 1864; as cited in: article: Frédéric Bazille and the Birth of Impressionism, Corrinne Chong, PhD -independent scholar http://www.19thc-artworldwide.org/autumn17/chong-reviews-frederic-bazille-and-the-birth-of-impressionism

„It is really too ridiculous for a reasonably intelligent person to expose himself to this kind of administrative caprice.“

—  Frédéric Bazille
quote, c. 1869; in: Frédéric Bazille and early Impressionism, Marandel, Daulte et al. p. 179-180 Bazille meant the official yearly Paris Salon which excluded and refused many artists of the circle of the Impressionists; in 1869 an attempt to reinstate the Salon des Refusés was in progress; and even the older painters like Daubigny, Corot, Courbet, Diaz promised their support and to contribute their art in the alternative Salon

„I've extended my hospitality to one of my friends, a former student of Gleyre's, who lacks a studio at the moment. Renoir, that's his name, is a real worker, he takes advantage of my models and helps me pay for them.“

—  Frédéric Bazille
In a letter to his parents, c. 1868; as quoted in Frédéric Bazille, Prophet of Impressionism (exhibition catalogue), Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn & Dixon Gallery, Memphis, 1992-93, p. 38 Renoir would move in with Bazille around 1868, and Bazille's letter is only one example of his charitable nature

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