Lachaise


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United States sculptor (born in France) noted for his large nude figures (1882-1935)

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Pere Lachaise is the resting place of celebrated artists and performers including Jim Morrison, Oscar Wilde, Edith Piaf and Frederic Chopin.
Alain Attal at Les Productions du Tresor, whose credits include Maiwenn's "Polisse" and Guillaume Canet's "Blood Ties," is producing "Lachaise" with Carine Ruszniewski and Carole Lam bert at De Films en Aiguille, the outfit behind Shola Lynch's Toronto-preeming "Free Angela & All Political Prisoners." Jean Francois Bourrel's studio's Chez Eddy is co-producing and creating the animation.
Max is hardly short of distinguished company at Pere Lachaise, incidentally.
"I will lie down in front of the gates of Pere Lachaise and prevent you from entering if I have to," a voice was announcing dramatically to a fourth member of our party who had never visited the city before.
The best of the "imports" this year were Hollywood Station (Quercus) by veteran former policeman Joseph Wambaugh from America and, in translation, The Pere Lachaise Mystery (Gallic Books) by Claude Izner, a pseudonym of two sisters who are booksellers on Paris' left bank.
The floppy top hat with a red flower worn by Marceau's best-known character, Bip, was placed on a stand next to his coffin and later in front of his open grave at Pere Lachaise cemetery.
These untitled works may also breathe the air of a bygone era, but it's that of Gaston Lachaise or Reuben Nakian rather than the concurrent yet incompatible one of Theo van Doesburg and Jean Helion.
Like the catacombs, PAre Lachaise - or the cemetery of the East as it is officially known - was devised as a solution to the overcrowding in Paris's cemeteries in the early 19th century.
Like the catacombs, PAre Lachaise ( or Cemetery of the East as it is officially known ( was devised as a solution to the overcrowding in Paris's cemeteries in the early 19th Century.
His tomb in Paris's Pere Lachaise cemetery has been a graffiti-adorned shrine for three decades but there are countless conspiracy theorists who will assure you that, whatever that grave contains, it certainly isn't the mortal remains of James Douglas Morrison.
5IF you pop across the Channel to Paris, forget the Eiffel Tower and head instead for the Pre Lachaise Cemetery in Rue du Repos, which houses the graves of Frederic Chopin, Gertrude Stein and Doors frontman Jim Morrison.
He found early acclaim in Paris as a young rival to Picasso and in New York as an equal to Gaston Lachaise. Handsome and reserved, he married Viola Speiss Flannery, a rich American widow, in 1919.
It is a pattern discovered time and again in the streets of the city: in the courtyard of the Louvre, with its modern pyramid; in the passageway of the Palais Royal, with its playful columns; and in the Cimetiere du Pere Lachaise, where the living overrun the realm of the dead.