Le Lapin Agile

Le Lapin Agile (HM15DF)

Location: Paris, Île-de-France 75018 Paris
Country: France
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N 48° 53.316', E 2° 20.393'

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Vers 1860, le "Cabaret de Assassins" offre aux parisiens en mal de pittoresque sa terrasse accueillante, ombrag?e d'un grand acacia, et son petit vin clairet: transform? en auberge en 1886 par une ancienne danseuse fin cordon bleu, il re?oit parmi ses habitu Alphonse Allais, Caran d'Ache ou Andr? Gill. Ce dernier d?core la fa?ade d'un lapin fac?tieux bondissant d'une casserole, et l'habitude se prend de designer l'?tablissement sous le nom de "Lapin ? Gill", vite d?form? en "Lapin Agile". Rachet? en 1902 par Aristide Bruant, il est confi? ? un couple de g?rants , Berthe et Fr?d?, c?l?bres pour la g?n?rosit? de leur accueil aux rapins dargent, Picasso, Modigliani, Utrillo... M?me l'?ne, Lolo, conna?t son heure de glorie au Salon des Ind?pendants de 1910 sous le pseudonyme de Boronali, transparent anagramme d'Aliboron: il est l'auteur d'un "Coucher de soleil sur l'Adriatique", r?alis? gr?ce ? l'immersion de son appendice caudal dans diff?rents pots de couleur... L'inspirateur de cette mystification, Dorgel, r?dige un manifeste aux accents futuristes: "L'exc en art est un force... Place au g?nie de l'?blouissement!" avant de r?v?ler l'affaire ? la presse, constat d'huissier ? l'appui.

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The Lapin Agile
Around 1860, "Cabaret of Assassins" offers Parisian a lot of its quaint, cozy terrace, shaded by a large acacia, and its small claret: transformed into an inn in 1886 by a former cordon bleu dancer, it received among its regulars Alphonse Allais, Caran d'Ache and Andr? Gill. He decorates the facade with a mischievous rabbit leaping a saucepan and habit takes hold renaming the establishment "Lapin ? Gill," quickly distorted into "Lapin Agile". Bought in 1902 by Aristide Bruant, it is assigned to a couple of managers, Berthe and Frederique, famous for their generous hospitality to young penniless painters like Picasso, Modigliani, Utrillo ... Even the ass, Lolo, knows his glory time at the Salon des Independants in 1910 under the pseudonym Boronali, transparent anagram of Aliboron: he is the author of "Sunset on the Adriatic", achieved through immersion of his caudal appendage into individual pots of color ... The inspirer of this mystification, Dorgel, wrote a manifesto to futuristic "Excess in art is a force ... Place the genius glare!" before revealing the affair to the press, bailiff to support.

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Date Added Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014 at 6:23pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)31U E 451609 N 5415282
Decimal Degrees48.88860000, 2.33988333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 48° 53.316', E 2° 20.393'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds48° 53' 18.96" N, 2° 20' 23.58" E
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Area Code(s)585, 716
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 22 Rue des Saules, Paris Île-de-France 75018, FR
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