Owner Apollo Apollinaire
said: "It is now fully refurbished and has a really lovely atmosphere.
She was romantically engaged with poet Guillaume Apollinaire
and Laurencin is often revered as his muse, while Apollinaire
inspired many of Laurencin's works as well.
Wilhelm Apollinaris de Kostrowitzki, known by the pseudonym Guillaume Apollinaire
(1880 1918), was among the foremost French poets of the early twentieth century.
WHEN THE POET GUILLAUME APOLLINAIRE
ENLISTED IN the French artillery in December of 1914, his friends received the news with deep dismay.
The first disc presents his oldest (1971) cycle of mixed choruses a capella, Hommage a Apollinaire
, revealing the composer's affection for chanson, as well as Apollinaire
's Renaissance inspiration.
We didn't know much, aside from a few cliches about famous people: Max Jacob, [Guillaume] Apollinaire
, [Henri] Matisse, [Georges] Braque, Gertrude Stein, Picasso .
The trial folows the publication of Les Exploits d'un Jeune Don Juan (The Exploits of a Young Don Juan) written by Guillaume Apollinaire
over 100 years ago, which chronicles the sexual awakening of 15 year old Roger.
Cristina Viti has also translated works by Apollinaire
Late in life he suggested that his tombstone should state, as his finest claim to fame: "Here lies Francis Poulenc, the musician of Apollinaire
Over the years she has regularly acted, and now she's in a fresh revival of Anton Chekhov's "Uncle Vanya" at Chelsea's Apollinaire
Theatre as well as in her own one-woman show, "Madame Secretary Frances Perkins.
The Little Auto by Guillaume Apollinaire
(CB Editions, pounds 7.
UNLIKE CERTAIN 19th-century poets of difficult character or seemingly foredoomed, whom Paul Verlaine called maudits (accursed)--Rimbaud, Gerard de Nerval, Corbiere, Verlaine himself--Guillaume Apollinaire
(1880-1918) was a pleasant, cheerful fellow.