Discussion in 'photography, graphics & art' started by Santino, Mar 26, 2018.
It has had the same affect on me since I first saw it in 1979. Ghirlandaio was Michelangelo’s teacher. The original is in the Thyssen in Madrid if you ever get the chance to visit.
Another personal favourite.
saw that the other day in the national gallery
saw that the other day, too, in the national gallery
Every picture tells a story or at least inspires us to use our own creativity.
You're making me miss the National Gallery Pickman's
Hellelil and Hildebrand, the Meeting on the Turret Stairs by Frederic William Burton
How about a round of great horse's arses in art?
Stop it Pickman's
You want horses arse? I'll give you horses arse (bottom right - can't find a clearer image but trust me - it is the biggest, fattest horses arse in art history)
two arses in this picture
I can't see a horse in this picture. Is it one of those magic eye things?
It's next to the cow
Now I see it!
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