Zonsondergang rond 1915-1926
Parijs, Orangerie Museum © RMN-Grand Palais (Orangerie Museum) / Michel Urtado
corollas of leaves and petals, vegetables of depth, bubbles, open eggs.
The cloths are glued in long concave strips, which are enveloped, and seen both face and silk. Light beaten in blue, chemistry of water. The same passion for color in Claude Monet, as one of the creators of stained glass in our cathedrals. The color rises from the bottom of the water through clouds, through vertebrae. ”
Paul Claudel, Journal, 1904-1932, Paris, Editions Gallimard, 1968, TI, p. 778