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Amateur d?art - Blog LeMonde.fr. Cadmus Paul. Paul Cadmus et Jared French PaJaMa En 1926, au College Amherst, Jared French (1905-1988) fait la connaissance du peintre Paul Cadmus, qui a été brièvement son amant et qui est devenu un ami de toujours.

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Après avoir quitté Amherst, Jared French occupa un emploi à Wall Street, puis fit le tour de l'Europe avec Cadmus entre 1931 et 1933. Pendant les années 1930 et 1940, il fut un membre du cercle de Cadmus qui comprenait des figures littéraires et artistiques gay telles que George Platt Lynes, Lincoln Kirstein, George Tooker, Glenway Wescott, et Monroe Wheeler. En 1937, French épousa Margaret Hoening, une amie de Paul Cadmus. Cadmus ne parut pas bouleversée par le mariage et les trois collaborèrent dans un groupe photographique nommé PAJAMA (dont le nom est composé des deux premières lettres de chacun de leurs prénoms). Paul Cadmus - Beauty's all Things B. Cadmus, to our enormous benefit, understands that beauty is bodies, brains, buttocks, bathtubs, bicycles, Bach, bravado and bad behaviour; beauty's all things B.

Paul Cadmus - Beauty's all Things B

(Steven Jenkins) Luigi Lucioni, Portrait of Paul Cadmus, 1928 Paul Cadmus (1904-1999) was born in New York City into a family of commercial artists. (NYC isn't exactly located in Central Europe - which is, more or less, the gravity center of this blog - but I feel free to shift focus once in a while). Cadmus' father, who had little money, was a commercial lithographer who had studied with Robert Henri, and his mother was an illustrator of children's books. Paul Cadmus, Jerry, 1931.

Within two years Cadmus was admitted to the life drawing classes and by 1926 had completed his course work, having won numerous prizes and scholarships. Arts >> Cadmus, Paul. American painter Paul Cadmus is best known for the satiric innocence of his frequently censored paintings of burly men in skin-tight clothes and curvaceous women in provocative poses, but he also created works that celebrate same-sex domesticity.

arts >> Cadmus, Paul

Born in New York City on December 17, 1904 into a family of commercial artists, Cadmus studied at the National Academy of Design and the Arts Students League. He lived in Europe from 1931 to 1933, where he traveled with artist Jared French and where he produced his first mature canvases. In the 1930s, Cadmus became the center of a circle of gay men who were prominent within the arts in New York City. This circle included his brother-in-law, Lincoln Kirstein, who helped found the American School of Ballet, and the photographer George Platt Lynes, for whom Cadmus frequently modeled. In the early 1930s, Cadmus worked for the Public Works of Art Project, which was later incorporated into the WPA. <a href="/glossary.php? <a href="/glossary.php? Roger Chomeaux, dit "Chomo"

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À Regarder Martin WALLACE, « Journey into the outside », Nova Inch Films, diffusé sur Chanel (Royaume-Uni), 52 minutes, 1999.Antoine de MAXIMY, “Chomo”, diffuse sur Canal +, 1987.Nohirito NISHIMATSU, « À la recherche d’une communauté idéale », produit pour la Japan Broadcasting Corporation,Claude et Clovis PRÉVOST, « Chomo : le fou est au bout de la flèche », diffusé sur Antenne 2, 1978.Édouard LOGEREAU, « Paris Secret », produit par Arthur Cohn, 1965 À Lire Laurent DANCHIN, « Chomo », éditions de la Halle Saint-Pierre, Paris, 2009.Colin RHODES, “Outsider Art – Spontaneous Alternatives”, Thames & Hudson, Londres, 2000.John MAIZELS, « Raw Creation, Outsider Art and beyond », Phaidon, Londres, 1996.Josette RASLE (dir.), « Chomo, une sel porte de sorti -le rêve - !!! À Écouter. Chaîne de geiss48. HALLE SAINT PIERRE - Accueil. Animula vagula. Les Excentriques - Arthur Cravan Georges Darien Albert Paraz Jacques Rigaut Baron Corvo Oscar Wilde...

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