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Footnote to a commemoration

A biography of the great art historian, Kenneth Clark, has just been published. It is reviewed in the Times Literary Supprumlement this week. And a paragraph in the review reminds us of something that might be forgotten in the commemoration currently going on around the world of an event 500 years ago. 193 more words

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Kenneth Clark Life, Art and Civilisation

James Stourton’s observation, quite early on in this hefty tome, that his subject’s autobiography opens with one of the most memorable sentences in English (‘ 673 more words


Kenneth Clark's Warning (1969)

Time and again, when reading of recent or ancient warnings about the dangers of a society in transition, I find words which describe today’s America and today’s president with awful prescience. 435 more words

A Hancock man is still missing and the family is speaking out | Upper Michigan's Source

HANCOCK, Mich. (WLUC) – It’s been almost two weeks that the family has been actively searching for Ryan Clark, 33, after they’ve discovered him missing on the morning of January 13th. 37 more words


MI - Police looking for missing person - ABC 10 / CW5

HANCOCK — Authorities in Houghton County are looking for a man who has been missing for more than two days.

Kenneth Ryan Clark (He goes by Ryan), 33, of Hancock was last seen this past Thursday night. 17 more words


Carel Weight’s paintings and the Folkestone art collection

Growing up near Folkestone, I loved visiting the Metropole Art Gallery, situated in a huge, horseshoe-shaped late-Victorian pile with parquet floors, polished fireplaces and large windows overlooking the English Channel. 844 more words


human reason is rooted to the earth.

Kenneth Clark