|A different league to the 'copy' at V&A|
Had a particularly interesting letter and enclosure from Japanese friend yesterday, she'd had a short holiday in Southern Japan and sent me information on the Otsuka Museum ( Naruto City in the Tokushima Prefecture), it is amazing.
I went to find out more and got a good clip on Youtube – it certainly saves a lot of flying and travel and great to see –that there's a work of Roy Lichtenstein included.
I enjoyed seeing the copy of Raphael’s ‘School of Athens’ at the V and A in London but this something altogether beyond that.
|Not the one recreated in Ceramic.|
Books -Maximum Volume
An example, perhaps a better one than the 'boys' of class mobility - humble beginnings some luck and great musical talent meant he was accepted by all - it seems (from the book so far) that he had integrity and also great ability to mix a dry martini.
Apparently we'll be looking at what Kant thought on Ethics tomorrow at CityLit , oddly I see that he's one of the most mentioned philosophers (by me!)
But I'm struggling with him (still) having read the Onora O'Neill piece on him for 'homework' - he is famously difficult to read but I'm sure that I can use that as an excuse here.
Perhaps I'll revisit after tomorrow!