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"What the public criticizes in you, cultivate. It is you." ~Jean Cocteau~

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Found Meals of the Lost Generation: An Edible Time-Capsule of the Creative Scene of 1920s Paris

James Joyce’s cocoa, Ernest Hemingway’s pork sausages, Gertrude Stein’s jugged hare, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s chicken, and more.

Jean Cocteau as ‘The Poet and the Sphinx" in The Testament of Orpheus, Les Baux de Provence, photo by Lucien Clergue, Nimes France, Non Plus Ultra, Testament, Jean Cocteau, Art Corner, French Photographers, Photo Black, Black And White Pictures, Black And White Photography

LE TESTAMENT D'ORPHEE, OU NE ME DEMANDEZ PAS POURQUOI/ The Testament of Orpheus (1959)

Jean Cocteau gets the point Well, this turned out to be a delight. Jean Cocteau is still up to his old surrealist tricks but now, thirty years after SANG D'UN POETE, he is much more playful and tongue in cheek about it. There is a sort of plot, thankfully, which starts with Cocteau himself wearing the costume of an 18th Century nobleman wandering through time trying to find the scientist who will kill him so that he can be resurrected as himself (er...this is Cocteau, remember) to explore…

Jean Cocteau, Paris by Gisèle Freund Jean Cocteau, Chimera, Dream Art, France, Global Art, French Artists, Art Market, Soul Food, Zine

Jean Cocteau Paris by GisèleFreund

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Portrait of Jean Cocteau by Man Ray, 1924 Man Ray, Jean Cocteau, Writers And Poets, Book Writer, Playwright, High Society, In This World, Pose, Books

20TH CENTURY AVANT-GARDE ICON | TSY STYLE HALL OF FAME JEAN COCTEAU

– “An artist cannot speak about his art any more than a plant can discuss horticulture.” –Jean Cocteau – Jean Cocteau. Quite possibly the most important art icon of t…

Raymond Radiguet et Jean Cocteau au Cap Ferret Tristan Tzara, Lee Miller, Laura Lee, Raymond Radiguet, Milly La Foret, Kenneth Anger, Erik Satie, Yul Brynner, Franz Kline

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