Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Box MF 973



Back in the Kerlan Collection, working on my obsession project, I found this photo of a drawing in a folio of newspaper clippings. It depicted a room with a woven bedspread on well-used bed, an open window framing a summer scene, and a stack of books and a pair of shoes in the corner.  All combining in an evocative scene. As I was trying to suss out the artist’s intention I saw this inscription in the lower left corner :



A lover of the artist.

What a priceless gift is this image, a memory of the place where their dreams once came true, so many years ago.

Carl wasn’t her only lover, but that story will be saved for another day.

By Professor Batty



3 Comments:

Blogger Cellar Door said...

This is fascinating and beautiful. Thank you for sharing!


Blogger Jono said...

Got a rush of thoughts, but don't know what to say.


Blogger Professor Batty said...

More to come…

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