Albert Marquet, French painter

Albert Marquet (1875 – 1947) was a French painter. They call it (we need boxes, right?) “Fauvist” or “Post-Impressionist”.

Well, OK for “Post-Impressionist”. This guy is interesting, because he knows light and color so well that he can plunge the viewer into a place’s mood with so little brush strokes…

Each painting, I’m like “Awwweeee”. And look at his cute face, with his small glasses and the impossible moustache. I want to be a woman in dress, in 1900, able to see these hidden eyes, and falling in love with this little man. Take off your hat, will you?

 

Have a nice day! Come to France!

 

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