Il capolavoro sconosciuto

Il capolavoro sconosciuto Questo breve racconto uno dei pi perfetti di Balzac un capolavoro di densit di scrittura che ha affascinato artisti grandissimi quali C zanne Matisse Picasso che nel ne illustr una stupenda e

  • Title: Il capolavoro sconosciuto
  • Author: Honoré de Balzac Geno Pampaloni Carlo Montella Luca Merlini
  • ISBN: 9788836806966
  • Page: 389
  • Format: Paperback
  • Questo breve racconto uno dei pi perfetti di Balzac, un capolavoro di densit di scrittura che ha affascinato artisti grandissimi quali C zanne, Matisse, Picasso, che nel 1931 ne illustr una stupenda edizione e che, ancora nel 1959, ebbe a dire Questo il meraviglioso di Frenhofer il protagonista del racconto che alla fine non si riesce a vedere altro che se stesQuesto breve racconto uno dei pi perfetti di Balzac, un capolavoro di densit di scrittura che ha affascinato artisti grandissimi quali C zanne, Matisse, Picasso, che nel 1931 ne illustr una stupenda edizione e che, ancora nel 1959, ebbe a dire Questo il meraviglioso di Frenhofer il protagonista del racconto che alla fine non si riesce a vedere altro che se stessi Egli, a causa della sua perenne ricerca della realt , cade nella pi buia oscurit Ci sono tante realt diverse che, a volerle abbracciare tutte, si piomba nel buio Il capolavoro sconosciuto ha ispirato anche il cinema del 1991 la realizzazione del film di Jacques Rivette La bella scontrosa con Michel Piccoli nel ruolo del protagonista del racconto.

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    • Honoré de Balzac Geno Pampaloni Carlo Montella Luca Merlini

      Honor de Balzac was a nineteenth century French novelist and playwright His magnum opus was a sequence of almost 100 novels and plays collectively entitled La Com die humaine, which presents a panorama of French life in the years after the fall of Napol on Bonaparte in 1815.Due to his keen observation of detail and unfiltered representation of society, Balzac is regarded as one of the founders of realism in European literature He is renowned for his multi faceted characters even his lesser characters are complex, morally ambiguous and fully human Inanimate objects are imbued with character as well the city of Paris, a backdrop for much of his writing, takes on many human qualities His writing influenced many famous authors, including the novelists Marcel Proust, mile Zola, Charles Dickens, Gustave Flaubert, Henry James and Jack Kerouac, as well as important philosophers such as Friedrich Engels Many of Balzac s works have been made into films, and they continue to inspire other writers.An enthusiastic reader and independent thinker as a child, Balzac had trouble adapting himself to the teaching style of his grammar school His willful nature caused trouble throughout his life, and frustrated his ambitions to succeed in the world of business When he finished school, Balzac was apprenticed as a legal clerk, but he turned his back on law after wearying of its inhumanity and banal routine Before and during his career as a writer, he attempted to be a publisher, printer, businessman, critic, and politician He failed in all of these efforts La Com die Humaine reflects his real life difficulties, and includes scenes from his own experience.Balzac suffered from health problems throughout his life, possibly due to his intense writing schedule His relationship with his family was often strained by financial and personal drama, and he lost than one friend over critical reviews In 1850, he married Ewelina Ha ska, his longtime paramour he died five months later.

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    • Artist and His Model (1926) - by Pablo Picasso This New York Review Books edition is indeed a classic since it includes not only two highly philosophical works by French master Honoré de Balzac on the nature of art and music but also an illuminating introductory essay by philosopher of art/art critic Arthur C. Danto. For the purposes of my review I will focus the author's tour de force, The Unknown Masterpiece.The story revolves around three painters - Porbus, Poussin and Frenhofer. Porbus can [...]

    • This is one of Balzac’s little jewels.From the very start Balzac sets its date and location. We are in 1612, in the early Regency of Maria de Medici, since only a couple of years had elapsed from the assassination of her husband and King Henri IV. Their son Louis XIII was then only eight years old. And the location is, as we can expect, Paris. But not just any place in Paris. We are in the Rue des Grands-Augustins, which is a perpendicular to the Boulevard of the same name which runs parallel [...]

    • “Hé! Hé! Malgré le malheur des temps, nous causerons peinture!”One of those unforgettable, perfect stories on the purpose of art and literature!Written by the master storyteller Balzac in the first half of the 19th century, recapturing a century of wild debates on the question: “What is art? And what is the role of the artist?”, it somehow offers a conclusion to the classical era and prophetically opens up the discussion that will dominate the century to come: should an artist be a Py [...]

    • As I read the story, I knew Nicolas Poussin was a real artist, but I didn't realize Frans Porbus was until afterward. Not that that changes anything. I can only guess Balzac used the names of two real artists to give his tale and the fictional Frenhofer even more authenticity than his words already seem to do.A.S. Byatt's Portraits in Fiction has a breakdown and interpretation of this story that says it all (except that I found Frenhofer's 'lectures' a bit boring, like, well, lectures).

    • Τι είναι Τέχνη ?? Υπάρχει το Τέλειο ?? Και αν υπάρχει πως, με ποια μορφή θα το παρουσιάσεις. Πως να αποδώσεις την φύση όταν είναι τοσο χαοτική, όταν το μονο που σου μένει είναι να την μιμηθείς. Ο μαιτρ Frenhofer έχει διδαχτεί τα μυστικά της σωστής χρήσης του φωτός από τον δάσκαλο Mabuse. [...]

    • Ευτυχώς όχι και τόσο άγνωστο το συγκεκριμένο αριστούργημα. Καταπληκτικός ο Μπαλζάκ, άργησα αλλά το έμαθα. Δεν είναι μόνο οι περιγραφές του, αλλά και η σκιαγράφηση που κάνει στους χαρακτήρες που τον κάνουν ξεχωριστό. Έχουμε πει και ξαναπεί για την ικανότητα του Ντόστο στην ψ [...]

    • I must say that I greatly enjoyed Balzac's exploration of the idea that in art, it is not enough to simply copy reality. There is a reason that 'art' shares its root with 'artificial'. When we take the form of life and reproduce it on the page, or in sculpture, it becomes reduced and limited by the medium, losing its vitality and becoming corpselike. When we reduce a breathing, three-dimensional figure to the unmoving, flat plane of the canvas, depth is inevitably lost. So, as artists, we must r [...]

    • Όπως το λέει και ο τίτλος: αριστούργημα! (ευελπιστώ όχι άγνωστο). Και η έκδοση της Άγρας είναι πραγματικό κομψοτέχνημα!

    • A haunting story that I didn't quite understand but loved anyway. What is real? What is art? Which is more important, love or art? It seemed to be about the power of the act of art as even greater than the product. Is the old man's work a masterpiece or a disaster? Has he lost his mind in the pursuit of a beauty more real than reality, more perfect than is humanly possible to portray? This is certainly a story I will read again.

    • “Missione dell’arte non è copiare la natura, è esprimerla! Non sei un vigliacco che copia, sei un poeta.” In questo romanzo del 1831 Balzac compie un favoloso viaggio nel mondo dell’arte, più precisamente della pittura.”Verso la fine dell’anno 1612, in una fredda mattina di dicembre, un giovane vestito molto dimessamente passeggiava dinnanzi alla porta di una casa di rue des Grands-Augustins, a Parigi.”Lo squattrinato pittore Poussin (realmente vissuto) tentenna impaurito di fro [...]

    • Balzac eserde, duayen bir ressam üzerinden mükemmeliyetçiliği işlemiş. Şahsen eseri beğenmek ve beğenmemek arasında kaldım ama ne kadarını anladığım konusunda da emin olamadığım kitaplardan birisi oldu(ileriki bir süreçte tekrar okumam gerekecek). Öykünün sanat üzerinden ilerlemesi ayrı bir hava katmış.

    • I am yet to discover a story that deals with artistic obsession so overtly and dramatically. The masterpiece at the center is a teasing device used by Balzac to play with the idea of perception, and to ultimately question the many interpretations of the "ideal" an artist aspires to. There is a lore that the house in Paris where this story is set was purchased by Picasso because he saw a parallel of himself in the central character. It is not unbelievable if you think about it. The old painter Fr [...]

    • Immaginate, solo per un attimo, di poter essere in grado di distinguere in voi stessi ciò che è importante da ciò che non lo è; pensate di poterlo vedere, distintamente, di poterlo toccare. Provate a raccogliere l'essenziale e a lasciare il superfluo.Guardate la vostra infanzia, osservate la vostra vita e portate via tutto quello che vi ha reso quello che siete ora: prendete le gioie, le risate, prendete i litigi, prendete le lacrime. Non tralasciate i complessi d'inferiorità, le delusioni [...]

    • In his essay 'The Death of the Author,' William Gass fires off a machine gun at Roland Barthes, and Balzac, thanks to Barthes's "S/Z", is taken out as collateral damage. "Balzac relishes [bourgeois] stereotypes and pat phrases and vulgar elegancies; his taste is that of the turtle which has found itself in a robust soup; he, too, would flatter the reader, the public, the world which receives him until it receives him well and warmly; and Roland Barthes, for all his fripperies like like on a slee [...]

    • I quite liked this very short story, a variation on Hans Christian Anderson's story of The Emperor's New Clothes.A young artist, Nicolas Poussin, goes to visit the court painter Franz Porbus, hoping to gain entry to the home of his artistic hero. At the same time as Nicolas is outside trying to pluck the courage to knock on he door, the Maestro Frenhofer turns up, and Nicolas enters on his coat-tails, so to speak.There follows an extraordinary critique of Porbus' painting. It's a masterpiece cal [...]

    • "Her yüz bir dünyadır; resmini yaptığı kişi ressama yüce bir hayal biçiminde, ışıktan renkler içinde görünmüş, tanrısal bir parmak onu fazlalıklarından soyarken, bir yaşamın tüm geçmişi içinden fışkıran dışavurum pınarlarını da göstermiştir." Balzac'ın ünlü öyküsü " Gizli Başyapıt" mükemmeli arayan bir ressamı anlatıyor. Bir solukta okunan kısa etkili bir metin"Desen bir iskelet sağlar resme, renkse yaşamdır ; ama iskelesiz yaşam, yaşamışız [...]

    • This volume actually contains two stories - The Unknown Masterpiece and Gambara. Both are about artists (one painter, one composer) who are on the brink of modern styles, and both stories speak to what art is, how an artist becomes a master of craft, and what realities we are willing to embrace in order for the art to succeed.I feel like either of these stories would be compelling discussion with music or art majors in college. These are both short but dense with ideas. I am not certain how read [...]

    • Ο Μπαλζάκ, που μανιωδώς επιδιόρθωνε και ξαναδούλευε τα γραπτά του, γράφει το 1831 μια μικρή ιστορία με θέμα την αγωνία του καλλιτέχνη να φτάσει την τελειότητα. Ο ήρωάς του είναι ο ζωγράφος Frenhofer που διαρκώς δουλεύει το αριστούργημά του, σε βαθμό που στο τέλος χάνει τα λογικά το [...]

    • Thank you to Lisa for writing about this short but profound story. A tragic tale about perfection and destruction, and the danger in pursuing the former too far.

    • 2016 NYRB Renewal Freebie for Book of the Month Club.I enjoyed the first story, but was less enamored of the second.

    • Ό, τι άξιζε να ειπωθεί ποτέ για τον καλλιτέχνη και το δημιούργημά του σε λιγότερες από 100 σελίδες, από τις οποίες εμπνεύστηκε ο Ζακ Ριβέτ το δικό του (γνωστό) αριστούργημα, την Ωραία Καυγατζού.

    • Se atribuye a Carlos Fuentes aquella frase que dice: “Balzac sólo escribió una obra que vale la pena leer, y esa obra se llama la comedia humana”.Muy bien, contundente frase. Pero resulta que "la comedia humana es un ciclo que abarca cerca de noventa novelas. Además, la producción del escritor francés incluye también treinta relatos cortos, por lo que se necesita media vida para conocer la obra en toda su extensión. Sin embargo, el criterio de Fuentes nos permite asumir la seguridad d [...]

    • This is the first I've read of Honore de Balzac, and I was not in the least disappointed. More poetry than prose, the writing was among the finest I've ever read, reminding me at times of Tolstoy or Dostoevsky and at other times of Djuna Barnes (whom T.S. Eliot said one must be trained in understanding poetry in order to fully appreciate). It was so easy to get lost in the detailed descriptions and the dialogue between the characters that I finished the relatively short book in just a day. "The [...]

    • Quando l’occhio penetra la realtà per rappresentarla, la ricerca della perfezione può sfociare nella follia ossessiva dell’artista. Balzac ci guida nella Parigi del 1612 in rue des Grands-Augustins, dove il giovane Nicolas Poussin si reca per chiedere al maestro Franciois Porbus di svelargli i segreti della pittura.Troveremo maestro e allievo (personaggi reali) al cospetto di una tela alla quale il pittore Frenhofer (personaggio immaginario nonché ex maestro di Francois) sta lavorando da [...]

    • Location 86:La mission de l'art n'est pas de copier la nature, mais de l'exprimer  !Nous avons à saisir l'esprit, l'âme, la physionomie des choses et des êtres. Les effets  ! les effets  ! mais ils sont les accidents de la vie, et non la vie.Location 103:La Forme est, dans ses figures, ce qu'elle est chez nous, un truchement pour se communiquer des idées, des sensations, une vaste poésie.Location 237:Comme Orphée, je descendrais dans l'enfer de l'art pour en ramener la vie.Location 3 [...]

    • I'm not the best judge of short stories since they're really not my thing. But I did enjoy this, sort of. The writing is good, even though I was left with more questions than answers when I'd finished. Maybe its too deep for me, I don't know.But if I was to give the Master painter in this story a piece of advice (and who am I?) I'd say "beauty in art is knowing when to call it finished. " There's such a thing as overbeating egg whites. Its only 30 pages and is free. Read it for yourself and see [...]

    • No sé qué reseñar No entendí el trasfondo, pero Balzac escribe tan re lindo.** Acabo de leer "el retrato oval" de Poe. Creo que es una versión mejor lograda de esta historia.

    • This short story supports itself on an intuition: the acute observation of a thin particular about the artistic process. And it obsesses me.Balzac achieves to focus a peculiar detail lurking in the mind of every maker. When the will of creating something more and more perfect drives its author into a spiral of neverending refinements.Feeling like his abilities and knowledge aren't enough, and will never be, as if unless you know it all, the truth behind the beauty will never show up (since reali [...]

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