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Sensual Statues in the Streets of Paris

Nude statues are all over Paris. I don’t know if statistically there are more nude statues there than in other European cultural capitals, or if the nude statues of Paris are particularly more sensual than elsewhere, or if it is … Continue reading

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NATARAJA – The Dancing King

   

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ARTS-A-POPPIN’

There’s a new category here at Notes from a Composer: Arts-a-Poppin’. (This category, like all the others, can be accessed on the right side of every site page, just below the tweet stream.) After posting a double bill of selections … Continue reading

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The Passion of Rodin in the Beaux-Arts Court

Impressions of August Rodin sculptures in the Beaux-Arts Court of the Brooklyn Museum. Most of the Rodin sculptures are casts of studies for Rodin’s monumental Burghers of Calais.        

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A study of light in blue and gold

The morning sun dappled our blue and gold head sculpture just so the other day.  So I took this picture. That’s the version that should fit comfortably on your screen.  For a BIGnified look at the details, plus details about … Continue reading

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