A Master at Work: Lessons from Terry Gilliam’s Don Quixote

The search for the artist’s end is a miraculous journey that the creators that have lived throughout all time take and can recognise in themselves. Not to say that the artist must suffer, but that he always endures a sense of hopelessness, frustration in the lack of resolution of his passions.…

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My Favourite Painting: When the West with Evening Glows

  • Post published:January 14, 2020
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My new favourite painting is: ‘When the West with Evening’ by Joseph Farquharson (1846–1935). It is a beautiful painting. With a gilded gold fashioned frame, which immediately draws ones eye, misled by a sense of extravagance, when in actual fact, its contents is humble and curiously unobtrusive. It currently lives in Manchester Art gallery. And…

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