- Dec 28, 2015
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I like the Nymph too x
I doubt it ... Ancient Egypt seems to have been a pretty rigidly class-stratified society. Anyone who was "vested in the program" and literate / affluent / important enough to leave a coffin (tomb; etc.) would have bought into the elaborate afterlife mythos and not risked screwing up their eternity by shooting off their mouths. Conversely, anyone in the lower class(-es) or a disenfranchised position who might well have that attitude weren't privileged to leave any persistent evidence of their disgruntlement.A poem by my friend Paul de Jong. I find the idea fascinating. Could something like this really be written on an Egyptian papyrus somewhere? ...
Not really big into landscapes but some of his work i like, the ones with the more abstract colours such as the wave picture and the cactusFirst museum solo exhibition of Bob Ross paintings. In the Netherlands:
MORE; Bob Ross – Happy Painting (lost-painters.nl)