Moulin Rouge



[BOOKS] ⚦ Moulin Rouge By Pierre la Mure – E17streets4all.co.uk Romansirana biografija ivota francuskog umjetnika Henrija de Toulouse Lautreca Knjiga zapo inje Henrijevim djetinjstvom u kojem veseli i zdravi dje ak u svako doba ne to crta Veliki korak u njegovu iv Romansirana biografija ivota francuskog umjetnika Henrija de Toulouse Lautreca Knjiga zapo inje Henrijevim djetinjstvom u kojem veseli i zdravi dje ak u svako doba ne to crta Veliki korak u njegovu ivotu predstavlja odlazak u Pariz na kolovanje Nakon velike proslave uo i Bo i a, Henri pada u krevet nakon ega kre u njegove zdravstvene pote ko e, koje e ga u initi do ivotnim bogaljem Genijalni slikar, optere en vlastitim plemi kim porijeklom i bole u jedan je od najve ih predstavnika novog pravca u umjetnosti, impresionizma.Moulin Rouge

Pierre La Mure June , Nice, Alpes Maritimes , California was a French author He wrote the novel Moulin Rouge about the life of the French artist Henri de Toulouse Lautrec This book was the basis of the classic movie of the same name La Mure also wrote the book Beyond Desire about the life of C cile and Felix Mendelssohn and the biographical novel Claire de Lune on the life and struggles of French composer Claude Debussy, published in Bibliography John D Rockefeller Gongs in the Night, Reaching the Tribes of French Indo China Moulin Rouge a novel based on the life of Henri de Toulouse Lautrec American edition Beyond Desire A Novel Based on the Life of Felix and C cile Mendelssohn , ISBN Clair de lune, A novel about Claude Debussy The private life of Mona Lisa , ISBN .

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  • Hardcover
  • 448 pages
  • Moulin Rouge
  • Pierre la Mure
  • German
  • 02 February 2018
  • 3776623349

10 thoughts on “Moulin Rouge

  1. says:

    My initial motivation to read this book last year was to learnabout the popular night life of the late XIX century Paris, fact that was phenomenally delivered After finishing the book I was surprised it did not carry on being published in the last decades at least none in a pret pour acheter edition considering how exceptionally written and entertaining it is.Henri de Toulouse Lautrec, famous painter of the Parisian night life and sometimes called the father of the modern poster, is a My initial motivation to read this book last year was to learnabout the popular night life of the late XIX century Paris, fact that was phenomenally delivered After finishing the book I was surprised it did not carry on being published in the last decades at least none in a pret pour acheter edition considering how exceptionally written and entertaining it is.Henri de Toulouse Lautrec, famous painter of the Parisian night life and sometimes called the father of the modern poster, is a great figure to get acquainted with when aiming to read about the city of lights during the Belle poque Himself being of noble birth, and having suddenly grown with a rare case of pycnodysostosis, had to look that word up , which is also known today as the Toulouse Lautrec syndrome , he became a living duality of privilege and social negligence, which chased him all throughout his mature years The book follows the painter s life from his birth in Albi to his death in Saint Andr du Bois Toulouse Lautrec s life, as beautifully written by la Mure, besides showing a problematic and premature relationship with alcohol, was characterised with a talent that overcame his physical condition, same talent that sat him next to some of the greatest artistic minds of the period such as Degas, Pizarro, Debussy, Van Gogh among others.La Mure achieved to successfully transmit the struggles of a man that suffered from an incapable body but an incredibly capable mind showing every aspect of his life, from the liveliest, as Jane Avril s hair, to the darkest, as the Chat Noir Great book, great read

  2. says:

    When I was at a library sale, I looked at the Vintage Books section and was delighted to find a little red book from the 1950s called Moulin Rouge I had seen a 2003 movie with the same title, so I said maybe it will be somewhat like that It turned out to be the life of the artist Toulouse Lautrec, and it was an amazing book Toulouse Lautrec s parents were first cousins, which resulted in his developing a sickness that confined him to his bed during all his adolescent years It deformed him When I was at a library sale, I looked at the Vintage Books section and was delighted to find a little red book from the 1950s called Moulin Rouge I had seen a 2003 movie with the same title, so I said maybe it will be somewhat like that It turned out to be the life of the artist Toulouse Lautrec, and it was an amazing book Toulouse Lautrec s parents were first cousins, which resulted in his developing a sickness that confined him to his bed during all his adolescent years It deformed him and he had to walk with a cane for the rest of his life.His mother wanted him to stay with her, but his greatest wish was to become an artist He went to Paris and lived in an apartment, and the story just captivated me It was just an amazing and well told story, so please read it

  3. says:

    The best biography of Lautrec After reading it, you just must fall in love with the artist.

  4. says:

    This was a long read with a sad yet touching ending It was very interesting though as it puts you right into Paris from 1880 1890 during the heart of Henri Toulouse Latrec s sp life It really is his whole life from childhood to an early death in his late 30 s It doesn t focus on the Moulin Rouge itself so much, but he creates a poster for the Moulin that is pivotal for his artistic career I really enjoyed reading about the other artist s of his time G Seurat, both Vangogh s, Cezanne, an This was a long read with a sad yet touching ending It was very interesting though as it puts you right into Paris from 1880 1890 during the heart of Henri Toulouse Latrec s sp life It really is his whole life from childhood to an early death in his late 30 s It doesn t focus on the Moulin Rouge itself so much, but he creates a poster for the Moulin that is pivotal for his artistic career I really enjoyed reading about the other artist s of his time G Seurat, both Vangogh s, Cezanne, and many others The pleasures and perils of Absinthe, andso, Cognac are both quite prevalent in this version.There is a movie from the 1950 s of this title that also focuses on him muchso than on the Moulin That movie was a very condensed version of this, and if this novel is accurate his affliction and it s repercussions to his life are much harsher than depicted in the movie However, the movie does feature a very young Zsa Zsa or Eva Gabor in a singing role as the female lead I believe her character to be a composite of some of the ones listed in the novel Her character appears to be a bit closer to the character Nicole Kidman portrays in therecent movie

  5. says:

    Sometimes it s all about finding your true passion and prove everyone around you wrong so that a parent can finally let go of their child Not thinking of holding them back and being afraid for them and thinking too much about what would happen if they couldn t make it.

  6. says:

    On the pages my favorite artist comes to life and it s like sitting on his shoulder and witnessing all his struggles with art and women and saying goodbye to him on his death bed In a form of a novel this isn t probably the most reliable source and some things may not be true at all but you can get a basic idea what kind of a person and artist Henri was Highly recommended to his admirers.

  7. says:

    A vivid portrayal of one of the most famous french artists, his childhood, Montmartre and impressionists painters But also a sad romantic story I loved the novel s first halfthan the second, but overall a great book, if you want to know a bitabout the incredible Lautrec.

  8. says:

    This is amazing book, if you like art and history and France, it is simply must read Very sad story, nicely described historical background, many well known characters

  9. says:

    I read this book when I was in college I have forgotten much of story details, but I do remember that the book captivated me that I couldn t put it down It is the story of Toulouse Lautrec life, very well written Highly recommend I will have to reread it myself.

  10. says:

    This is my favorite book of all time I read it long time ago but I remember I was enchanted by Paris from the end of XIX century, Montmartre and life that all the greatest artists of our time lead there I loved how Toulouse Lautrec was portrayed I would recommend this book to anyone.

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