Monthly Archives: May 2014

George Bush the painter: product of political ideology

Originally posted on Slow Reader 1:
Picasso famously said: “It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child.” For Picasso art was a way of life that was to lead to culmination in…

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Fallen First World War Poets: 1. August Stramm

Originally posted on Slow Reader 1:
In much the same way as Kandinsky broke with the confines of expressionist-style representational art to portray more abstract realities in his paintings and Schönberg fled the limitations of existing musical notation to create sounds that hang…

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