I went to see the Polke exhibition at the Tate recently, which was a mixed bag. These windows are great though.
I had never really heard of Mary Cassatt – she was friends with Degas, and she seemed to focus mainly on women and their children, which I like. Here are some of her prints.
Yes, of course. Short, precise, great. The old man’s conversations with himself are the best bits.
Yeah, good. Just remember not to think of Andrew Graham-Dixon’s voice when you’re reading. And the sleeve (on my edition) is terrible.
Click on images for bigger images. All images by Aremisia Gentileschi, image maker.