Tabaccheria

(sul retro)

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"Quando a Kirchstetten pioveva Wystan faceva le fusa come un enorme coriaceo gattone", Thekla Clark, "Mio due, mio doppio". Storia di W.H. Auden e Chester Kallman (1995), Adelphi 1999.

"Quando a Kirchstetten pioveva Wystan faceva le fusa come un enorme coriaceo gattone", Thekla Clark, "Mio due, mio doppio". Storia di W.H. Auden e Chester Kallman (1995), Adelphi 1999.

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blogthoven:

Anton Bruckner (4 September 1824 – 11 October 1896)
They want me to write differently. Certainly I could, but I must not. God has chosen me from thousands and given me, of all people, this talent. It is to Him that I must give account. How then would I stand there before Almighty God, if I followed the others and not Him?

blogthoven:

Anton Bruckner (4 September 1824 – 11 October 1896)

They want me to write differently. Certainly I could, but I must not. God has chosen me from thousands and given me, of all people, this talent. It is to Him that I must give account. How then would I stand there before Almighty God, if I followed the others and not Him?

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"Senza contare i dissesti dei librai." (da: Giuseppe De Luca, Fausto Minelli, Carteggio, vol. 1: 1930-1934, a cura di Marco Roncalli, premessa di Carlo Bo, Roma, Edizioni di storia e letteratura, 1999.)

"Senza contare i dissesti dei librai." (da: Giuseppe De Luca, Fausto Minelli, Carteggio, vol. 1: 1930-1934, a cura di Marco Roncalli, premessa di Carlo Bo, Roma, Edizioni di storia e letteratura, 1999.)

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gandalf1202:

Camille Corot - The Environs of Paris [1860s] on Flickr.
Corot painted at least four versions of this composition. The other three seem to predate this work of the mid-1860s by about a decade. The subject is a view of the rue Brancas, which leads from the town of Sèvres-Brimborion to Paris, visible in the far distance. [Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - Oil on wood, 34.3 x 51.4 cm]

gandalf1202:

Camille Corot - The Environs of Paris [1860s] on Flickr.

Corot painted at least four versions of this composition. The other three seem to predate this work of the mid-1860s by about a decade. The subject is a view of the rue Brancas, which leads from the town of Sèvres-Brimborion to Paris, visible in the far distance.

[Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - Oil on wood, 34.3 x 51.4 cm]