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Black light on Bacchus

The recent work on the NCMA’s statue of a Bacchus was featured in my post on August 11; however, there appeared yesterday on Circa, the Museum blog, a fabulous post (if I may say so myself) that delves into the actual UV examination and the Bacchus Conservation Project like never before. 98 more words


Tate Britain: Turner and travelling through time!

I think it’s about time that I started my blog again. In the past year I’ve had some challenging times and experiences hence why my last post was in late 2014. 461 more words


Art Institute of Chicago

Hello all! I know it’s been a while since I last posted but I’ve been away for some time and working lots. I promise I am working hard on keeping this blog updated. 414 more words

Contemporary Art

Roman Mosaics in Sicily

For my first post, I want to write about a special place I visited  that recalls the Greco-Roman origins of the magazine’s name. This post is not directly related to literature, but what I saw ought to inspire literature in its own right. 519 more words


Bacchus in one day

This week, I had planned a three or four day photography session of the statue of Bacchus… the statue that is soon to be object of a special conservation project. 324 more words