Monthly Archives: April 2021
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“They were nice people. Generally.” Reportedly said by a witness to the dealings of Richard Nixon’s inner circle. That included henchmen like H.R.Haldeman, John Ehrlichman, and John Mitchell. Nice people. Generally. Working Around Connected People in the late 1980s. A … Continue reading
I can’t express how wonderful this video is. A true gift to the art world. If you love the stories and education behind shows like Antique Road Show, you will totally enjoy this video. Sotheby’s continues to bring people into … Continue reading
This tiny print had no sense of space. I could see the poster being even bigger. But not enough pixels. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tom Farley (@tgfarley)
After three decades I am getting closer to getting the treatment I have wanted all along: ECT or electro-convulsive therapy. My psychiatrists in the past have been a conservative lot. Medicine and talk therapy were the only choices. ECT wasn’t … Continue reading
We’ve all seen photos of Botticelli’s The Birth of Venus. Sandro Botticelli, circa mid -480s. What we don’t see is scale. I was remarking to a former art instructor how very different Van Gogh’s paintings look like in person compared … Continue reading
As Long As a Free Man Breathes There Will Always Be a Rhodesia When I was growing up I admired plucky little Rhodesia from afar. It is now called Zimbabwe. Like the Weimar Republic or perhaps Camelot, it lives only … Continue reading