Monthly Archives: April 2015

The Old Masters – re-interpreted 99

All the nines, ninety nine!! No, it’s not Bingo, it’s just that we’ve successfully misinterpreted ninety nine efforts of the Old Masters. Our job’s not over though; there’s plenty more where they came from. Nicolas Lancret is one of the … Continue reading

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The Old Masters – re-interpreted 98

Humpday again. That’s the middle of the week for any new readers, and has nothing to do with anything else (quiet, that foul boy in the back). From here it’s downhill to that most pleasing of times – Friday afternoon. … Continue reading

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The Old Masters – re-interpreted 97

In this ongoing, authoritative exposé on alternative interpretations of the painters of old, we at the Institute, have attempted to cover an eclectic variety Old Masters from all parts of the world. Let’s face it, you don’t get much more … Continue reading

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The Old Masters – re-interpreted 96

Wednesdays might come around with rather tedious repetitiveness, but we, in this dark corner of the Interweb exercise a scintillating variety of malicious interpretations on the Masters of Old. The painter we wish to pummel today is one Dirck Hals … Continue reading

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