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Jean Cocteau

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Jean Cocteau war ein französischer Schriftsteller, Regisseur und Maler. Jean Cocteau (* 5. Juli in Maisons-Laffitte bei Paris; † Oktober in Milly-la-Forêt bei Paris) war ein französischer Schriftsteller, Regisseur und Maler​. Jean Cocteau kam am 5. Juli in der Nähe von Paris zur Welt. Er hatte eine ältere Schwester, Marthe (–), und einen älteren Bruder, Paul. Seinem gut 25 Jahre jüngeren Liebhaber Jean Marais schneiderte Cocteau leidenschaftliche gerne Filmrollen auf den Leib. Quelle: picture alliance / kpa/kpa​/. MILLY " La Foret Enchantée". MILLY-LA-FORET.- Purchased in with Jean Marais, Jean Cocteau's house in. - Erkunde riikis Pinnwand „Jean Cocteau“ auf Pinterest. Weitere Ideen zu Man ray, Lee miller, Irving penn. Jean Cocteau wird in Maisons-Laffitte, 18 km nordwestlich von Paris, geboren. besucht Jean Cocteau, dessen Vater Selbstmord begeht​.

Jean Cocteau

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They collaborated extensively, socialized, and undertook many journeys and vacations together. Cocteau also got Radiguet exempted from military service.

Admiring of Radiguet's great literary talent, Cocteau promoted his friend's works in his artistic circle and arranged for the publication by Grasset of Le Diable au corps a largely autobiographical story of an adulterous relationship between a married woman and a younger man , exerting his influence to have the novel awarded the " Nouveau Monde " literary prize.

Some contemporaries and later commentators thought there might have been a romantic component to their friendship.

There is disagreement over Cocteau's reaction to Radiguet's sudden death in , with some claiming that it left him stunned, despondent and prey to opium addiction.

Opponents of that interpretation point out that he did not attend the funeral he generally did not attend funerals and immediately left Paris with Diaghilev for a performance of Les noces The Wedding by the Ballets Russes at Monte Carlo.

Cocteau himself much later characterised his reaction as one of "stupor and disgust. Cocteau's opium use and his efforts to stop profoundly changed his literary style.

His most notable book, Les Enfants Terribles , was written in a week during a strenuous opium weaning. His account, which includes vivid pen-and-ink illustrations, alternates between his moment-to-moment experiences of drug withdrawal and his current thoughts about people and events in his world.

Cocteau was supported throughout his recovery by his friend and correspondent, Catholic philosopher Jacques Maritain.

Under Maritain's influence Cocteau made a temporary return to the sacraments of the Catholic Church. He again returned to the Church later in life and undertook a number of religious art projects.

In one of his most celebrated and well known works, the novel Les Enfants terribles was published. In Cocteau made his first film The Blood of a Poet , publicly shown in Though now generally accepted as a surrealist film, the surrealists themselves did not accept it as a truly surrealist work.

Although one of Cocteau's best known works the s is notable rather for a number of stage plays.

Most notably La Voix humaine and Les Parents terribles , which was a popular success. His play La Machine infernal was Cocteau's stage version of the Oedipus legend and is considered to be his greatest work for the theater.

Biographer James S. Williams describes Cocteau's politics as "naturally Right-leaning. His friend Arno Breker convinced him that Adolf Hitler was a pacifist and patron of the arts with France's best interests in mind.

In his diary, Cocteau accused France of disrespect towards Hitler and speculated on the Führer's sexuality. This piece caused him to be arraigned on charges of collaboration after the war, though he was cleared of any wrongdoing and had used his contacts to his failed attempt to save friends such as Max Jacob.

Cocteau's later years is mostly associated with his films. Cocteau's films, most of which he both wrote and directed, were particularly important in introducing the avant-garde into French cinema and influenced to a certain degree the upcoming French New Wave genre.

The maquette is described in his "Journal —," in his entry for 12 February I saw the model of my set. Fashion bores me, but I am amused by the set and fashion placed together.

It is a smoldering maid's room. One discovers an aerial view of Paris through the wall and ceiling holes. It creates vertigo. On the iron bed lies a fainted bride.

Behind her stand several dismayed ladies. On the right, a very elegant lady washes her hands in a flophouse basin. Through the unhinged door on the left, a lady enters with raised arms.

Others are pushed against the walls. The vision provoking this catastrophe is a bride-witch astride a broom, flying through the ceiling, her hair and train streaming.

Jean Cocteau never hid his homosexuality. He was the author of the mildly homoerotic and semi-autobiographical Le livre blanc translated as The White Paper or The White Book , [15] published anonymously in He never repudiated its authorship and a later edition of the novel features his foreword and drawings.

The novel begins:. As far back as I can remember, and even at an age when the mind does not yet influence the senses, I find traces of my love of boys.

I have always loved the strong sex that I find legitimate to call the fair sex. My misfortunes came from a society that condemns the rare as a crime and forces us to reform our inclinations.

In Paul Morihien published a clandestine edition of Querelle de Brest by Jean Genet , featuring 29 very explicit erotic drawings by Cocteau. In recent years several albums of Cocteau's homoerotica have been available to the general public.

In the s, Cocteau is rumoured to have had a very brief affair with Princess Natalie Paley , the daughter of a Romanov Grand Duke and herself a sometime actress, model, and former wife of couturier Lucien Lelong.

Actually, according to author Roger Peyrefitte , [22] since early that year Cocteau had been devastated after a breach with his longtime friend and extremely wealthy and generous patroness Francine Weisweiller : since she was having an affair with a minor writer, which cooled her off towards Cocteau.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Cocteauesque. French poet, novelist, dramatist, designer and filmmaker.

In the early twenties, he and other members of Les six frequented a wildly popular bar named Le Boeuf sur le Toit, a name that Cocteau himself had a hand in picking.

The popularity was due in no small measure to the presence of Cocteau and his friends. Wikipedia article References Wikipedia article. Wikipedia: en.

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A Backward Glance. Archived from the original on 29 August Retrieved 9 April The Boeuf Chronicles. Musica Brasiliensis. Cocteau, A Biography. Monsieur, I have just received your letter and must reply despite my regret at being unable to explain the inexplicable.

It is possible that my friendship for your son and my deep admiration for his gifts which are becoming increasingly apparent are of an uncommon intensity, and that from the outside it is hard to make out how far my feelings go.

His literary future is of primary consideration with me: he is a kind of prodigy. Scandal would spoil all this freshness. Retrieved 14 March A German Officer in Occupied Paris.

New York: Columbia University Press. Retrieved 23 August New York Review Books. Retrieved 23 December Natalie Paley: Une princesse dechiree in French.

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Tsuguharu Foujita - Istvan Farkas - August Macke - Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso - Johannes Itten - Yasuo Kuniyoshi - Heinrich Campendonk - Egon Schiele - Ossip Zadkine - Pinchus Kremegne - Lasar Segall - Alexander Bazhbeuk-Melikyan - Edwin Dickinson - Spyros Papaloukas - Michel Kikoine - Russian impresario Sergei Diaghilev persuaded Cocteau to write a scenario for a ballet, which resulted in Parade in It was produced by Diaghilev , with sets by Picasso, the libretto by Apollinaire and the music by Erik Satie.

An important exponent of avant-garde art , Cocteau had great influence on the work of others, including a group of composers known as Les six.

In the early twenties, he and other members of Les six frequented a wildly popular bar named Le Boeuf sur le Toit , a name that Cocteau himself had a hand in picking.

The popularity was due in no small measure to the presence of Cocteau and his friends. In he met the French poet Raymond Radiguet.

They collaborated extensively, socialized, and undertook many journeys and vacations together. Cocteau also got Radiguet exempted from military service.

Admiring of Radiguet's great literary talent, Cocteau promoted his friend's works in his artistic circle and arranged for the publication by Grasset of Le Diable au corps a largely autobiographical story of an adulterous relationship between a married woman and a younger man , exerting his influence to have the novel awarded the " Nouveau Monde " literary prize.

Some contemporaries and later commentators thought there might have been a romantic component to their friendship. There is disagreement over Cocteau's reaction to Radiguet's sudden death in , with some claiming that it left him stunned, despondent and prey to opium addiction.

Opponents of that interpretation point out that he did not attend the funeral he generally did not attend funerals and immediately left Paris with Diaghilev for a performance of Les noces The Wedding by the Ballets Russes at Monte Carlo.

Cocteau himself much later characterised his reaction as one of "stupor and disgust. Cocteau's opium use and his efforts to stop profoundly changed his literary style.

His most notable book, Les Enfants Terribles , was written in a week during a strenuous opium weaning.

His account, which includes vivid pen-and-ink illustrations, alternates between his moment-to-moment experiences of drug withdrawal and his current thoughts about people and events in his world.

Cocteau was supported throughout his recovery by his friend and correspondent, Catholic philosopher Jacques Maritain. Under Maritain's influence Cocteau made a temporary return to the sacraments of the Catholic Church.

He again returned to the Church later in life and undertook a number of religious art projects. In one of his most celebrated and well known works, the novel Les Enfants terribles was published.

In Cocteau made his first film The Blood of a Poet , publicly shown in Though now generally accepted as a surrealist film, the surrealists themselves did not accept it as a truly surrealist work.

Although one of Cocteau's best known works the s is notable rather for a number of stage plays. Most notably La Voix humaine and Les Parents terribles , which was a popular success.

His play La Machine infernal was Cocteau's stage version of the Oedipus legend and is considered to be his greatest work for the theater.

Biographer James S. Williams describes Cocteau's politics as "naturally Right-leaning. His friend Arno Breker convinced him that Adolf Hitler was a pacifist and patron of the arts with France's best interests in mind.

In his diary, Cocteau accused France of disrespect towards Hitler and speculated on the Führer's sexuality. This piece caused him to be arraigned on charges of collaboration after the war, though he was cleared of any wrongdoing and had used his contacts to his failed attempt to save friends such as Max Jacob.

Cocteau's later years is mostly associated with his films. Cocteau's films, most of which he both wrote and directed, were particularly important in introducing the avant-garde into French cinema and influenced to a certain degree the upcoming French New Wave genre.

The maquette is described in his "Journal —," in his entry for 12 February I saw the model of my set.

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