I am occasionally inspired to buy multiple images of the same person, although more often I acquire assorted photos of, say, Marion Davies over time. In the case of Eugene O’Brien, I bought the three images shown here in one afternoon – the effect was a bit like looking at a portrait bust in three dimensions. 314 more words
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The scenario for, The Vampire of the Desert, was adapted from, The Vampire (penned in 1897), a poem by Rudyard Kipling.
Kipling’s poem was in turn, stirred to life by the work of his cousin (Kipling’s aunt’s son) Phillip Burne-Jones, in the painting, The Vampire (finished earlier in 1897). 579 more words