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The good old days

The top picture, l-r, Jacqui, my first sweetheart, Brother Bumble, Diane, Me. What I love about it is how Diane looks just like the kid in the water in Seurat’s Bathers at Asnières as below. It was taken at a … Continue reading

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Still blurred

The specs are not back yet. Georges Seurat was perhaps responsible for inventing, and certainly a principal practitioner of, Pointillism – painting using dots of colour. My favourite overheard gallery conversation was between a middle aged waspy American man and … Continue reading

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