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The Old Masters – re-interpreted 161

As if global market upheaval, the European Union furore, the imminent elections in the US and other global mischief and mayhem aren’t enough to have normal folks reaching for their anti-depressants, realising that we’re only halfway through the week can … Continue reading

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The Old Masters – re-interpreted 136

I dare say there may well be a gnashing of teeth and wailing in the streets at the passing of certain musical chaps; but no such outpouring is prevalent here in the Institute. Here in this citadel of silliness, we’re … Continue reading

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The Old Masters – re-interpreted 111

Quick! Grab your blunderbuss, cudgel and cricket bat, for an Old Master is in the building and is in urgent need of a sound thrashing. But, in this crowded Institute, it’s best not to call out for him. Bellowing, “Coques!” … Continue reading

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The Old Masters – re-interpreted 28

Greetings dear Reader. Your weather is about to deteriorate, mainly because I’m posting your Old Master ripoff early for a change. The truth of the matter is I saw some art boffins with their guard down. So thought why not? … Continue reading

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