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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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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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This Word

Another sip of freshly-pressed coffee, as feet pace around the kitchen and into the study. There’s a chill underfoot when emigrating from warm under-floor ceramic heat to room temperature carpet. A fragrant woollen floor covering scented from a rolling, scratching, […]

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Just Another Conversation

The weather Gods are frantic with their hailstorm task. The bouncy-ball-sized ice smash downwards through the flashing clouds. It’s a surprise they don’t crash into each other. I guess that’s why they are the Gods. D.Q. Parker-Braithwaite Jr is deep […]

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