I’ve now received kind comments on the book from Professor Caroline Vout, Director of the Museum of Classical Archaeology. Dear Brian I wanted to thank you, in my capacity as Director of the Museum of Classical Archaeology, for your lovely … Continue reading
I’ve finished the project that started out as Classical Contrasts and became Ambivalent Auras and brought the work together on a photo book. An introductory essay which explains the thinking behind it starts: ‘Classical sculpture is ambivalent: both cold, hard … Continue reading
Three figures added from the Museum of Classical Archaeology’s cast collection.
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Ariadne: daughter on Minos, King of Crete, she helped Theseus overcome the Minotaur. Abandoned by Theseus on Naxos, Dionysus found her and married her. Figure Italian (possibly Neapolitan) School, c. 1895-1925, marble; Park Close, Englefield Green, Surrey.