Famous world writers and artists and their Paris experience

The City of Light (French “La Ville-Lumière”). The dream of every artist, especially the painter. The town in which every street has at least one building located in some of the history or encyclopedia of art. For France, Paris is the center of the world. For other inhabitants of the planet – metropolis of all metropolises. People like, immerse and envious of Paris today as much as they did a hundreds years ago.
Paris needs to be visited whenever you are faced with this opportunity. Intentional or Accidental. Every part of the year is good for a visit to this beautiful megapolis. Inspiring. Romantic. Charming. Cultural … Paris. Every Paris experience is different. Many actors, artists, travelers, casual visitors, bohemians are always happy to return. Many writers described Paris in their works, diving in their own way, thinking that even when they would no longer exist, their written words about Paris, which will remain after them, would be the best for next generations. Many 19th-century artists here had their inspiration and opened their studios, among them greats Salvador Dalí, Amedeo Modigliani, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso and Vincent van Gogh.

Here are just some of the celebrities who describe Paris:

1.Paris is a city where time is best to spend by doing nothing. (Erich Maria Remarque has written in his famous work „Arc de Triomphe“).
2.”Paris is complete … Everyone who sees Paris thinks that has seen the foundation of the entire history of heaven and stars. Paris is synonymous with the universe, Paris has no boundaries … Paris can be stupid if like to be, sometimes indulge to himself such a luxury … Paris is not only big, it’s huge. Why is that? Because it dares to be … “(Victor Hugo” Les Misérables “)
3. Paris is always a good idea (Audrey Hepburn).
4. Quiet, at the foot of the bridge, descends into the water, and high, with black roofs on black roofs, rises to the heavens. All the woods. Rain, infinite rain stinks over it, as if it is all bound to the tannic, the wet and the water that it does the whole world. The drill, it’s rocking, defying. Lose its hardness and it all turns into shades that rock in the rain. It is so endless, and it is as easy as if it were made of maps-Milos Crnjanski wrote about Paris in his travelogues “Letters from Paris”.
5.Since ancient times Paris has been called a city of love, and air has the aroma of romance – the story of Cazablanca with Hemfrey Bogart in the role of Rick Blaine and Ingrid Bergman in Ilsa Lund’s contribution. When the moment comes that they are forced to break, Rick tells Ilsa to recall the time when they fall in love with the sentence: “We will always have Paris.”
6.The lyrics of the song “Paris at night” by Jacques Prévert: “Three matches I rush in the night, the first to see your face, the other to see your eyes, the last to see your mouth. Then the eclipse I remember all while I’m lucky and getting you in my arms. “žak
7.Have you already watched the famous classical musical “An American in Paris” ? If not, watch this movie as soon as possible, so you can pass the “parisian” test from the first.
„An American in Paris“ Director: Vincente Minnelli, Writers: Alan Jay Lerner (story by), Alan Jay Lerner (screen play by), Stars: Gene Kelly, Leslie Caron, Oscar Levant pariz
Three friends struggle to find work in Paris. Things become more complicated when two of them fall in love with the same woman. Jerry Mulligan, a struggling American painter in Paris, is “discovered” by an influential heiress with an interest in more than Jerry’s art. Jerry in turn falls for Lise, a young French girl already engaged to a cabaret singer. Jerry jokes, sings and dances with his best friend, an acerbic would-be concert pianist, while romantic complications abound.
Jerry Mulligan says : This is Paris, and I’m an American who lives here. My name is Jerry Mulligan, and I’m an ex G.I. In 1945 when the army told me to find my own job, I stayed on. And I’ll tell you why: I’m a painter, and all my life that’s all I’ve ever wanted to do.

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