'Décors du Jour'
Because art always has a place at home!
2 juin / 'Bee Lover Birds'
The bird sings, even if the branch on which he is perched is cracking, because he knows he has wings.
- José Santos Chocano, Peruvian poet
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Only art can make us go out of ourselves.
- Marcel Proust, french writer
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6 juin / 'Spirit of Jazz'
The work of art is a piece of creation seen through a temper.
- Emile Zola, french writer
8 juin / 'Knock Knock Lion'
Architecture, that's what makes beautiful ruins
- Auguste Perret, french architecte
10 juin / 'Black Magic Woman'
The first quality of style should be clarity
- Aristote, greek philosopher
12 juin / 'Arabesque'
A work without style is like a flower without scent
- Emile Deschamps
14 juin / 'Lézardage'
Learn to love nature, it is the only way to understand art better.
- Vincent Van Gogh, dutch painter
16 juin / 'Colors of India'
The urge to draw must be quite deep within us, because children love to do it.
- David Hockney, british painter
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Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.
- Thomas Merton, american monk and writer
20 juin / 'Mexican Gala'
Colors are the smiles of nature.
- Leigh Hunt, british writer
Photo via Merlin Leroy
22 juin / 'Jeannie's Secret Bottle'
Decorating golden rule: live with what you love.
24 juin / 'Indian Magenta Hibiscus'
Have nothing in your home that you don't know to be useful or believe to be beautiful. William Morris, textile designer, writer, poet, painter
Have no fear of perfection - you’ll never reach it.
Salvador Dali, painter
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28 juin / 'Sea Summer'
The painter has the Universe in his mind and hands.
- Leonardo da Vinci
30 juin / 'Bronze Lovers'
Novelists have always rambled on the décor where their lovers meet; but they are the only ones who see all the details of these settings... the lovers see nothing, all gobbled up as they are in cats' porridge
Henry de Montherlant, novelist