dinsdag, mei 30, 2017

Balthus #9

Cour de Rohan, found by Albert Capellani in 1913 for his historical drama "Le Chevalier de Maison Rouge". Stills from the movie from 1914.

The cour de Rohan, also known as the cour de Rouen is a set of courtyards with parts dating back to the thirteenth century, though most is from the sixteenth century onwards. From 1933 on Balthus had a studio on number 6.

1938. (foto: Marcel Bovis)

1957. (foto: Janine Niepce)

Slills from the movie "Gigi", directed by Vincente Minnelli, 1958.

Just up those stairs was the painter Balthus's studio. When Leslie Caron runs up them, as Gigi, she appears to be going to visit him. When Louis Jourdan comes down into the courtyard after visiting Gigi, in the next shot he is in the rue de Furstemberg, which is where Balthus had a studio before coming to the cour de Rohan. These are strange coincidences.
(bron: The Cine Tourist)

Cour de Rohan, Balthus' former studio in Paris, 2015(?).

The onetime studio of the French artist Balthus in Paris’s Saint-Germain-des-Pres area is listing for roughly $9 million, according to listing agent Xavier Attal. Located on the Cour de Rohan, a secluded courtyard that dates back to the 16th century, the home measures about 3,068 square feet and has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. The current owner, a Frenchman who now lives in New York, bought the property around 1999.
(bron: Reasoning)

Zie ook de post van 23 september 2012 (hk).

Balthus: Window, Cour de Rohan, 1951. (collectie Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris)

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