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His father was employed in the offices the administration of the Western Railroads in Paris. Maurice was an only child. From an early age, his passions were religion and art. He began keeping a journal in 1884 at the age of thirteen.
In 1885 he recorded in his journal his admiration for the colors, candle light and incense of the ceremonies at the local church. At the age of fifteen he wrote in his journal, “Yes, I must that I become a Christian painter, that I celebrate all the miracles of Christianity, I feel that is what is needed. He passed the entrance examination for the Beaux-Arts in July 1888, and passed another examination in November to receive his baccalaureate in philosophy. I rejected naturalism and materialism in favor of something more idealistic. Denis described it in 1909: “Art is no longer a visual sensation that we gather, like a photograph, as it were, of nature.
No, it is a creation of our spirit, for which nature is only the occasion. Recalling it later, Denis wrote, “What amazement, followed by what a revelation! In place of windows opening on nature, like the impressionists, these were surfaces which were solidly decorative, powerfully colorful, bordered with brutal strokes, partitioned. The work of Gauguin had an immediate effect on Denis’ work. Another influence on Denis at the time was the art of Japan.
1890 by a major retrospective of Japanese prints at the École des Beaux-Arts. His paintings in the Japanese style featured a wide format and very stylized composition and decoration, appearing like Japanese screens. However, as Denis was at paints to explain, he did not mean that form of the painting was more important than the subject. He went on to write: “The profoundness of our emotions comes from the sufficiency of these lines and these colors to explain themselveseverything is contained in the beauty of the work. With the publication of this article, Denis became the chief spokesperson for the philosophy of the Nabis, though in fact that group was very diverse and had many different opinions about art. The next major event in the life of Denis was his meeting with Marthe Meurier in October 1890. From June 1891 they had a long romance, meticulously documented in his journal, and were married on 12 June 1893.
She became an important part of his art, appearing in many pictures and also in decorative works, such painted fans, often as an idealized figure representing purity and love. On 24 March 1895 he wrote in his journal: “Art remains a sure refuge, the hope of a reason in life from now on, and the consoling thought that little beauty manifests itself in our lives, and that we are continuing the work of Creation. The French State was gradually giving up its dominance of art through the annual salons it organized. Brussels, a leading European showcase for avan-garde art. In March 1891 the critic George-Albert Dourer wrote an article for the Mercure-de-France calling Denis the leading example of “symbolism in painting”. Denis experimented with other art forms and with decorative art. Denis carved a series of seven highly stylized woodblock prints, distilling the essence of his work.