Sunday, October 27, 2013

PAYSAGE, after Janos Mattis Teutsch, watercolor on notebook

PAYSAGE, AFTER JANOS MATTIS TEUTSCH, watercolor on my art notebook.
Here in Paris, at the Musee d'Orsay, this is the leading painting for the excellent exhibition: ALLEGRO BARBARO: Béla Bartók et la Modernité Hongroise 1905-1920.

Young Hungarian artists were living in Paris at the beginning of the XXth C., and they would spend thieir summers in Hungary, painting in plein-air. At the same time, Bartók published his "Fourteen Bagatelles" for piano, dissonant, revolutionary, radically different. Music and painting were working together. Bartók would play during the painters exhibitions.

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