An abstract landscape

“Among the beds without flowers and the chipped cupids, the gnawing of actuality seemed for the moment silenced. In this place which had been left without meaning it seemed easier to feel meaning where there was perhaps none.”

Anthony Powell

Frank Stella, Iffish (from Imaginary Places) 1998

Frank Stella, Iffish (from Imaginary Places) 1998

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One Response to An abstract landscape

  1. Chandra says:

    I can only say ” it’s Uncommon but interesting”.

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