To The Public... Two half-hours are never alike
in that funny period tween x and ny in sated late December, I came across this link (alas I've lost the via)
Cezanne's vision turns ugly Uproar as painter's timeless landscape is threatened by new housing estate
Last week The Age ran a similar albeit general story about the disappearance of the vistas painted by the Heidelberg School. The fleeting character of the landscape was indeed fleeting. I may have to jump on the bike and take a look at the damage by following this artists trail. Depsite misgivings about interpretative signs, this is a pretty good lure: You can start anywhere along the trail as it has no particular beginning or end
Once I went swimming. I was inseine.
Posted by Emile.Z at January 11, 2004 05:01 PM
Did you wait half an hour after emile?
Posted by boynton at January 11, 2004 05:39 PM
Mon ami Paul Cézanne hour eez safer.
Posted by Emile.Z at January 11, 2004 07:34 PM
The loneliness of the long distance budding Zola.
(Runs away. Barefoot. In the park.)
"Did you wait half an hour after emile?"
A hanging offence that one Ms B. A VERY GOOD hanging offence, but a hanging offence nonetheless.
Take your place in the queue behind that serial offending teacher whose "I was inseine at the time, M'Lud" defence didn't cut any ice.
Posted by Sedgwick at January 11, 2004 09:08 PM
because it was summer of course.
Posted by David Tiley at January 11, 2004 10:13 PM
mais non Paul - no time toulouse...
(you can blame the pythons for that one, M. S)
mais oui, DT, pun struck
Posted by m'selle b at January 11, 2004 11:06 PM
...because of course - (to bring it back sur le track )-
Two half hours are never alike...
Posted by boynton at January 11, 2004 11:18 PM
I think that should be Lautrec, B.
(Phew - it's taken me two full half hour to think of something to add to these comments. Think I might have to join sedgwick in his swift gettaway )
Posted by wen at January 12, 2004 01:40 PM
Wen, see your Bonnie and raise you a Clyde.
Posted by Sedgwick at January 12, 2004 02:41 PM
yeah you two:
get in degas and hit de gas.
(wen - that was 'tray beans' as the AIF might have said)
Posted by boynton at January 12, 2004 04:15 PM