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The Old Masters – re-interpreted 178

Do you discern a certain frisson of excitement in the room? Do you have butterflies? Are your hands all a-tremble above the keyboard? Is your ‘art all throbbing? Of course, it’s only natural. It’s Weddersday and it’s that time of … Continue reading

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The Old Masters – re-interpreted 177

What ho! Good visitors. Yet again we find ourselves in skin-of-teeth territory submitting the post while it is still Wednesday. This week heaval has been definitely in the upward direction and we at the Institute have had our work cut … Continue reading

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The Old Masters – re-interpreted 72

Ah, there you are. Just in time. I don’t suppose you’ve taken a serious look at an Old Master painting all week, have you? That question was directed at the majority of readers, of course; not you other lot who … Continue reading

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