"Petit à petit, les chats deviennent l'âme de la maison." Jean Cocteau
"Gradually, the cats become the heart of the house." Jean Cocteau
Le Chat de Jean Cocteau ( The Cat of Jean Cocteau )
“... A head of Christ in cross surmounts the almost barbarian furnace bridge between two profiles of angels. Above these three great figures I once more tell the traditional scene of Resurrection. The guards sleep. Milliacois had quickly made call them. There are the Sleeper sitting, the healer, the Sleeper upright, and while the angel, with the extreme right-hand side, raises the linens of the shroud, Christ leaves the sepulchre and indicates the sky of her right, perforated and haloed hand. A marine mother-of-pearl of shell makes iridescent the serious meanders of a feature of sepia which freshen purple, pale blue, the green foams, the yellow saffron and the mauve of colchic of Apollinaire, which will be found painted between the various flowers with which Saint Blaise looked after the patients. Similar with medieval lances, the high ones - stems of Simple present the weapons between the framed door of mint sheets and the apse. Germany has execute, according to my models, and offered to France, the three stained glasses which decorate the narrow openings and distribute the sun of the evening in multicoloured spots. Under the stoup, a naive cat, of Romance style, observes the angel. It seems to watch for a bird. César, of iron in the shape of bouquets roughcast the niches, and young a fourteen year old ceramist, Yann Madeline, carried out the lawful crucifix on the Holy Table" Jean Cocteau
Je vous souhaite un bon week-end et à Lundi.
I wish you a good weekend and see you Monday.
New York Vintage - Central Park 1956
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