Decor for ‘Romeo et Juliet,’ 1942
Salvador Dali ~ "The Horseman of Death", 1935
Grand son of the clown John Scott who traveled throughout Europe with the Australian Circus in the early part of the 20th century, Hervé Scott Flament was born in Paris on February 1st 1959. His father was an acrobat who committed suicide when Hervé was very young. His mother raised him alone and inculcated him with her tastes for the supernatural, fantasy and the ” fantastique” culture born a century before, inherited from the Romantism era.
Oh tell me where your freedom lies
The streets are fields that never die
Deliver me from reasons why
You’d rather cry, I’d rather fly