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The Weird and the Beautiful, part 3

Some time ago, over at Camera Picta, I did a two-part post called The Weird and the Beautiful. Among other things, it discussed an unusual – one might say ‘weird’ – image of the Madonna in the parish church of … Continue reading

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What King Arthur did before he got famous

I hope you all had a good start into the new year, and I hope you don’t mind me starting this new year in blogging by catching up on backlog rather than dashing ahead with something that is actually new. … Continue reading

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“Where do I sign?” Marginal notes on 15th century painting

Here’s a little something I’ve been thinking about lately. Lately meaning since I read the latest post (and some of the comments to it) over at Three Pipe Problem. The post is about one of Raphael’s most famous paintings, the … Continue reading

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