Umberto Brunelleschi

25 07 2017




Dental care

25 07 2017




Rommel in Egypt

25 07 2017

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Rommel in Egyptby David Halliday

In a universe where nothing has meaning, the laughing never stops.

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Wilhelm Camphausen 1818-1885

25 07 2017




A family outing

25 07 2017

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The Edwardians. a family outing2by David Halliday

Sitting in the centre of an empire, they must have thought themselves the greatest beings in history.

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A day at the club

25 07 2017




tea ruined my mind

25 07 2017

tea ruined my mind





I’m late… I’m late… for a very important date…

25 07 2017




A day at the beach with the kids

25 07 2017

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A lot of collages were originally made from early prints of Edwardian England. I did my share.

The Edwardians. a day at the beach with the kids2

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William Mortensen

25 07 2017

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William Mortensen seems preoccupied with sexual themes in his work. He is often contrasting ideal beauty with ideal ugliness. In my view he is contrasting a kind of idealized existence that humans imagine themselves living in against the real ugliness and indifference of life. His work is arresting. And there is a voyeur aspect to it. And in that sense we are on the outside looking in. The viewer is not part of either of Mortensen’s views (beauty/ugly) (madonna/monster). Mortensen’s work is all photographic. By that I mean he doesn’t appear to use cut and paste.

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