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Summary

Gustave Moreau was a famous Artist from France, who lived between June 6, 1826 and April 18, 1898. He became 71 years old.

Biography

Gustave Moreau was a French painter. He was born and died in Paris, buried in the Cimetière de Montmartre in Paris.

Moreau painted mainly Christian and mythological figures. As purveyors of literary ideas rather than visual, appealed his pictures to some writers and artists within the Symbolism, which regarded Moreau as a pioneer for their movement.

He was appointed professor at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in 1891 and had, among other Fauvist painters Henri Matisse and Georges Rouault as their students.

Musée Gustave Moreau in Paris is one of the most extravagant. The museum is his former studio was opened to the public in 1903.

Zodiac etc.

He is born under the zodiac gemini, who is known for Communication, Indecision, Inquisitive, Intelligent, Changeable. Our collection contains 4 quotes who is written / told by Gustave.

Related authors: Henri Matisse, Georges Rouault

Source / external links:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gustave_Moreau

Famous quotes by Gustave Moreau (4)


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"This bored fantastic woman, with her animal nature, giving herself the pleasure of seeing her enemy struck down, not a particularly keen one for her because she is so weary of having all her desires satisfied"
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"No one could have less faith in the absolute and definitive importance of the work created by man, because I believe that this world is nothing but a dream"
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"When I want to render these fine nuances, I do not find them in the subject, but in the nature of women in real life who seek unhealthy emotions and are too stupid even to understand the horror in the most appalling situations"
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"I am dominated by one thing, an irresistible, burning attraction towards the abstract"


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