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Aspects of the chapel are, if not overloaded, then at least sated, stuffed to the gunwales.And the chapel has more chance of eternity than Les Orpellières!This is not at all the case with the chapel, which, on the contrary, exudes a kind of permanence… The dome is just blue and white, and yet, in the middle, at the summit, there’s a wine-red rosette, red, blood-red. They were gasps of oxygen compared with my four meter by two pictures!Yes, and for my two self-proclaimed orders, I was the guest, at Les Orpellières, of a winegrower who had shut up shop in 1950; at the chapel, I stayed with an apostle, which was already much more… So probably Luke the Apostle’s hospitality had something to do with it. In fact, all the frescos of the chapel are elaborate and very constructed. It’s very curious this association, that I’d associated the mosque at Pristina with the chapel of St. One of them even preserves marks of Virginia creeper that I deliberately didn’t remove.While in Sérignan, I stayed just two or three days there, sometimes four.And Les Orpellières are nevertheless twice the size of the chapel, it’s one monster surface! The light in the chapel appears to me of a different order to that in Les Orpellières. Yes, and then the light in the Vexin too is my light by adoption.
And the chapel is also the exact antipodes of Les Orpellières, because at Les Orpellières one hears nobody, one hears the birds, and it’s an entirely open space. Light is relative, it changes all the time, because there’s the movement of the stars, that means it’s never fixed. Here, light is saved due to the canted Romanesque windows that result in an avalanche of light. On sunny days, when I’m hard at it with the door open, it’s very tough. Painting on canvas is all the same an obstacle race…a luxury craft: prepared canvases, marble brushes, paint, all that. In fact, it’s an archaeological site, there are several graves, under that sort of cement shell, which is relatively light… Archibald Colquhoun], New York: William Collins Sons & Co., 1962.) 4.Yes, true, at the chapel you are confronted by bare walls! This was the first text published after the very recent discovery of the cave mentioned (Jean-Marie Chauvet, Eliette Brunel Deschamps, and Christian Hillaire, , Paris: Le Seuil, 1995). In 1997, Dado suggested to some artist friends (among them, Erró, Klasen, Guyomard and Rancillac) that they exchange one of their works for an engraving he had made for James G., a man once imprisoned for a hold-up, so he might benefit from a modest collection of contemporary art on coming out of jail.I really don’t think I’m after some kind of conversion. Luke looked after those in suffering and that greatly touches me. And I remember very well that at the beginning, you wanted to use only white and blue for the figures… It is a kind of tribute to Virginia creeper, and of course, to the lepers – about whom Italo Calvino writes in the splendid book I’m reading at the moment ³.And then, it’s true, he is the patron of doctors and of painters. If you want, in a meal, the main dish would be the chapel, and my painting has sort of become a postprandial or an appetizer.