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Friday, February 23, 2007


This sculpture of Newton at work can be found in the courtyard of the British Library, and is another by Eduardo Palozzi. Although he sounds Italian, he was british (a Scot) which is why we are fortunate enough to have several of his works on display. It is inspired byb William Blake's Newton.

posted by Ham at 01:01 -- Comments here: 6

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Blogger Gail's Man said ... (07:58) : 

Doesn't look like the Issac Newton we all have seen pictures of. Looks more like a Roman soldier.


Blogger Z said ... (08:44) : 

Unexpected respresentation. I wonder why he chose to "copy" Blake's painting... and as gail's man puts it, he made it look like he's got armor on. Back to art appreciation class for me! :-)


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:44) : 

where exactly is the British Library?


Blogger Kate said ... (13:46) : 

Ham, wonderful shot against the blue sky!


Blogger lynn said ... (22:03) : 

Yes so clear and defined. Wonderful.


Blogger Ham said ... (07:18) : 

gail's man, z - sounds like an excuse for me to post and talk about another of his, soon ;-)


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