Rembrandt's Women (London) Reviews
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Newest Review: ... with me applying a restraining hand. I am not going to describe each exhibit, but just the few that I kept going back to. Interestingly, only one of these is in the 13 that are featured in the advertising brochure, so you will most likely find that your selection would be different. One of the beauties of ... more
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by - written on 08/09/01, updated on 08/09/01 (Very useful, 184 readings)
I have been described in that past as (among other even less complimentary descriptions) "a hairy ar*ed Welsh scientist", but I'll continue to argue that this does not preclude me from enjoying a number of the Arts. I find that I have at least as much sensible to say about them as most of the arty-farty set (if not more, in some cases). Unlike my elder daughter I cannot paint for toffee. My 'greatest work' in the Barry Boys Grammar School Art Department was a blank sheet of paper which I submitted at the age of 11 to represent "Work", but it was not appreciated by Doug Sutton, the Art Master, and I got a detention for it. ... Read the complete review
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