Dominique Lemaire, The artist who lost his muse #51 [Keystone - ENG 1]
Interpretato da: J. J.Motto: All works of art do not know their worthwhile they are created
Group: Artists and intellectuals
Teaser: In the fast and cruel carousel of success, Dominique had a moment of fame and was an internationally renowned artist; French by birth and pride Lemaire always aspired to incarnate all the virtues of purity a true art lover must possess. It is said that in the past Dominique was a pupil under several painters, and within fine parlors in Paris they gossip about Lemaire's getaway to Aix en Provence, at an eccentric artist's, who claimed to be Lemaire's Master. But Dominique's first real teacher was Mother, a rich bourgeois woman from Paris who glimpsed her child's talent and nurtured it with classical studies, daydreaming about having given birth to a new Eugène Delacroix. A capricious and demanding muse led Dominique down a very different path, embracing a total break with the past, where the figurative faded to leave the painter free to express an inner world. Eventually the artist began to attend impressionist salons. Art is pureness of spirit, and in order to remain its herald one must be pure of heart, otherwise art itself is going to disdain you and desert you. Dominique Lemaire was caught by this misfortune. The canvas suddenly appeared pale and dull, the vivid hues of the past discolored, light itself as if shrouded by clouds. Could the talented artist who had been a proud and original mirror of truth really have vanished into nothingness?
Relations: The artist recently met Lord Gordon Asherton who introduced Lemaire into the Masonic circles. Doominique does not hide a dislike towards Pau Torregrosa. Was once a regular guest at Miriam Alexandrine de Rotshild but lately they say Lemaire prefers the company of Madame Poisson La Ferté. In European cultural clubs and in Madame's parlor, rumor has it that Joseph Emmanuel Wedder does not wish to come across the artist's person, not even by chance.
Upstairs or Downstairs: Upstairs - Group: Artists and intellectuals - Nationality: French - Gender: Unisex - Player's Age: Any age - Advices: An intimate character very focused on its personal drama through which Dominique filters everything that happens around him. He is however involved in action plots. Dominique's aim is to solve his personal problems rather than the rest of the world's. Almost certainly will be assigned to an artist in both replicas.
Altri membri del gruppo: Artists and intellectuals Charlotte Cotillard (53 ) interpretato da NathalieR; Guy de Maupassant (52 ) interpretato da AlfioM; Arthur Conan Doyle (50 ) interpretato da GiovanniC; Mary Shaw (48 ) interpretato da AlexandraK; Miriam Alexandrine de Rotschild (49 ) interpretato da AgnesR; Shelley Ruthven (47 ) interpretato da DamienR; Paolo Valera (46 ) interpretato da JuhaH; César Dyer (45 ) interpretato da MargheritaF; Christopher Pierce (35 ) interpretato da Adrian Hvidbjerg P; Pau Torregrosa (64 ) interpretato da DaryaH;