Man with a Blue Scarf et la notion du bohemian disorder
à la page 130 du livre de Martin Gayford:
"I always thought that an artist's was the hardest life of all. Its rigour - not always apparent to an outside observer - is that an artist has to navigate forward into the unknown guided ony by an internal sense of direction, keep up a set of standards which are imposed entirely from within, meanwhile maintaining faith that the task he or she has set him or herself is worth struggling constantly to achieve. This is all contrary to the notion of bohemian disorder."
Très intéressant également pour la notion que le portrait est aussi un auto-portrait de l'artiste.
Très anglais aussi cette expression: "bohemian disorder" je peux même entendre l'accent british.