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Bright Light

An acrostic . . . Let us start our story, way back at the beginning,Introduce conflict and concern, charm with characterisation,Exceptional skills we must show, not tell. Be erudite, entertaining as well,Handle flow and feelings, formulate drama to be fascinating,Then […]

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Another Update!

This is ridiculous, really. Update! It’s been so long. Is there an antonym for update: unupdated? Or is downdated? Down rated more like, or downgraded, could fit the bill for sure. Rebooted, relaunched, resurrected! Everyone’s doing it, Lana Wachowski returns […]

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Update!

A quick update, because I have not been frequenting my blog, as much as I should. Trying the new Gutenberg editor for WordPress, please expect lots of errors and mistakes–not from WordPress, but from me. Correct fonts maybe an issue. […]

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Tarquinius W. Peterson’s Fantastical Guide to the World of Art: The Scream by Edvard Munch

Welcome to Tarquinius W. Peterson’s Fantastical Guide to the World of Art. This week we are uncovering … The Scream by Edvard Munch, 1893 Everyone knows this artwork, but that’s not surprising, as several, several copies exist today. By copies, […]

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Tarquinius W. Peterson’s Fantastical Guide to: The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci

Welcome, once again, to Tarquinius W. Peterson’s Fantastical Guide to the World of Art. This week we are uncovering … One of the most amazing frescoes ever, clings to the wall of Milan’s Church and Convent of Santa Maria delle […]

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Tarquinius W. Peterson’s Fantastical Guide to: Nighthawks by Edward Hopper

Welcome to Tarquinius W. Peterson’s Fantastical Guide to the World of Art. This week we are uncovering … An Edward Hopper, not Dennis Hopper as mentioned last week (he was six-years-old when Edward painted Nighthawks), I don’t know who mentioned Dennis, […]

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Tarquinius W. Peterson’s Fantastical Guide to the World of Art

Tarquinius W. Peterson, the renowned creative commentator and art historian, is a university educated and well-read critic of art and accruer of arty pictures and sculptured objets. T.W.P. 2018 Awarded a government maintenance grant, I studied at the Berkshire College […]

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Carriage Hats

Paul Gustave Fischer, (1860-1934) Copenhagen tram s.d.   Puff, puff on his fat cigar, This time, he’s gone too far. “How embarrassing, I should jump, I’m an old fool, a silly chump.” 50 dollars! Oh, what a mistake, Surely one […]

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Day Tripper

It’s really very important not to over-stress, Try not to do more, but attempt to do less, Being calm and relaxed is the way to impress, Take a jaunt on the Cornish Riviera Express. If life drags you down and […]

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Asylumed

Lock the door, throw away the key, You’re safe outside, not here with me. I’m happy inside, an empty room, all alone, Theories orchestrated, debated, ideas grown. A den of defiance, stable of sublime, Parlour of perfection, study of mine. […]

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