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Today discover one of the greatest landscape artists of the twentieth century and his fascination for Algiers. Albert Marquet depicted this view over a hundred times. During the second world War, he even settled in an apartment overlooking the city harbour so he could paint directly from his window. Head in the clouds and brushstrokes in hands, Marquet could take off on the deep blue.
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With his plunging and daring views often marked by the presence of water, his flat areas that simplify volumes and his mastery of light, Albert Marquet has renewed the art of landscape. The bay of Algiers is one of his favorite subjects. She offers him an inexhaustible source of inspiration. His favorite show? The round of boats and the ballet of cranes under the clouds. From his window, he watches for the greyish variations of the sky and makes a personal vision of the city triumph, far from the Orientalist clichés of the traditional "painters of the South".
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'He enjoyed a blurry sky with floating mist. He was delighted, every once morning, when the city would hid from the sun.' said Marcelle Marquet about her husband's Algerian works.
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