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"I love cats because I love my home and little by little they become its visible soul."  - Jean Cocteau

"I love cats because I love my home and little by little they become its visible soul.

This a stained glass made by the French writer and artist Jean Cocteau. He made it for the church of th little village he chose to live in at the end of his life (Milly la fôret). Now he is buried in its very church under the eyes of his own work. Stained glass is much more tha a simple window because it creates the amosphere of a church. And this one reminds us a great man...as the first stained glass of History reminded people the Holy story.

This a stained glass made by the French writer and artist Jean Cocteau. He made it for the church of the little village he chose to live in at the end of his life (Milly la fôret). Now he is buried in its very church under the eyes of his own work.

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By Jean Cocteau, Club des amis des chats. (Friends of the cats club)

do today what everyone else will do tomorrow. — jean cocteau, french poet

do today what everyone else will do tomorrow. — jean cocteau, french poet It is necessary to do today that everyone will tomorrow.

Self-portrait (1954) by French artist, poet & filmmaker Jean Cocteau (1889-1963).

Self Portrait by Jean Cocteau Poet, novelist, playwright, artist and filmmaker. Cocteau is best known for his novel Les Enfants Terribles and the films Blood of a Poet Les Parents Terribles Beauty and the Beast and Orpheus

Jean Cocteau and Jean Marais, photographed by Beaton, 1930s

French writer, artist, and filmmaker Jean Cocteau with his friend and lover actor Jean Marais, France, photograph by Cecil Beaton.

"Dogs, a cat and flowers oh my"-Jean Cocteau, Villa  Santo Sospir 1952

Stunning wall decorations by french artist and poet LP Promenheur. Photos by Eric Morin.

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