Arthur Rimbaud

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French poet whose work influenced the surrealists (1854-1891)

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At night, we visit two Michelin-starred restaurant La Bateau Ivre for a 12-course meal cooked by famous chef Jean Pierre Jacob.
Obviously Diana includes a clip from Arthur Rimbaud - another iconoclast - perceiving the French poet of Le Bateau Ivre as a man who mirrored Picasso's relentless sexual drive.
Wine bars also continue to boom, with Italian-focused Enoteca I Trulli, Francocentric Bateau Ivre and L'Ivre being joined in the "what did I do without this place" list among wine lovers by Morrell Wine Bar (nearing its one year anniversary), and more and more places, like Commune, incorporating dozens of wines by the glass onto their standard offerings.
Awash in that Mediterranean light immortalized, in other navigable waters, by Rimbaud's "Le Bateau Ivre," Kounellis' boat appeared like a phantom, establishing a new sanctuary along that already golden shore.