Category Archives: 16th Century Art

Madonna and Child.

Black and red chalk, pen and brown ink on brownish paper 541 x 396 mm © 1522-25 Michelangelo Buonarotti Provenance: Casa Buonarotti, Firenze, Italia. Today as the gallery is closed tomorrow, I biked to the AGO – Art Gallery of … Continue reading

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Ode to lissome pulchritude.

Above all else, at all times, it is absolutely imperative that I be inspired.  This dream was one of the most beautiful, uplifting adages of sheer inspiration ever experienced.  Furthermore, it was the second dream, on Sunday, March 26, 1995, … Continue reading

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