Oberon, Titania and Puck with Fairies Dancing – Reproduction – www.william-blake.org – Large

http://www.william-blake.org/Oberon,-Titania-and-Puck-with-Fairies-Dancing-large.html


Picasso: The Last Decades, AGNSW – smh.com.au

http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2002/11/12/1037080725080.html

    ftp:
    “Anachronistic, nostalgic, self-referential and strangely fearful, his works of the period transport viewers to a burlesque realm where past glories parade before the artist’s increasingly pop-eyed gaze”


Lobster Revolution | Lobster seen by others

http://lobster-revolution.com/Lobster-seen-by-others.html


    Pablo Picasso
    Lobster and Cat, 1965


Tate Liverpool| Past Exhibitions | Picasso: Peace and Freedom

http://www.tate.org.uk/liverpool/exhibitions/Picasso/roomintro.shtm

    Pablo Picasso
    The Cockerel of the Liberation, 23 November 1944


Secret Selves – Leonard Nimoy | R.Michelson Galleries

http://www.rmichelson.com/Artist_Pages/Nimoy/Secret-Selves/Ira.html

    When he came out into the street again, with the overshoes in a box under his arm, Walter Mitty began to wonder what the other thing was his wife had told him to get. She had told him, twice before they set out from their house for Waterbury. In a way he hated these weekly trips to town–he was always getting something wrong. Kleenex, he thought, Squibb’s, razor blades? No. Tooth paste, toothbrush, bicarbonate, Carborundum, initiative and referendum? He gave it up. But she would remember it. “Where’s the what’s-its- name?” she would ask. “Don’t tell me you forgot the what’s-its-name.” A newsboy went by shouting something about the Waterbury trial.

    . . . “Perhaps this will refresh your memory.” The District Attorney suddenly thrust a heavy automatic at the quiet figure on the witness stand. “Have you ever seen this before?”

    James Thurber, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

    Photo: Leonard Nimoy


SEBASTIAAN BREMER | IMAGES

http://www.sebastiaanbremer.com/images/

    “Run brothers, run your race”


Disinterested Pug With Found Objects – a set on Flickr

http://www.flickr.com/photos/zoomar/sets/72057594063502978


    Through me the way is to the city dolent;

    Through me the way is to eternal dole;

    Through me the way among the people lost.

    Dante, Inferno, Canto III