« Apologia Pro Vita Sua(or Caught Between a Rock and a Hard Place) | Main | The Throne of Glory by Way of the Guillotine »

November 07, 2007

Comments

twm

Having read Ethan Frome I know how this turns out.

Mrs. Peperium

Hahahahahaha But what about the horses? We are always kind to animals at PP....

James

Where's that picture from? Aughh. This paper would be much easier to write in the Shenandoah. ...Wouldn't it?

Mrs. Peperium

Yes, it would.

The artist is one of my very favorites, George Stubbs:

http://www.artcyclopedia.com/artists/detail/Detail_stubbs_george.html

I shall have to tell of the time I wandered into an ancient temperature controuled barn owned by one of the oddest, but most wonderful, British men I've ever met filled with George Stubb's work and the work of many of his contemporaries. It was that day, I understood on a much deeper level the work of PG Wodehouse. What PG writes about is completely true, just the names changed for litigation purposes.

Mrs. Peperium

I'm sorry James. As you can see by my response, I thought you were asking about the horse painting. You weren't. The photo is of Gloucestershire (The Cotswolds).

The comments to this entry are closed.

My Photo

It Goes Without Saying

  • All original material published here is the property of the writer who penned it. Stealing is not only frowned upon but will be dealt with by strong-armed men trained in the art of legal jujitsu. The views put forth here are not the views of any employer we know which is most unfortunate.
Blog powered by Typepad