My day with Antoine (5)

End of my report on Antoine Bourdelle's museum. Paul Belmondo will be next. Here's Bourdelle's Orpheus leaning listlessly on his lyre. The nice touch is brought by the Greek columns in the background. Obviously, they are perfectly original. What is absolutely amazing is how my Nikon D600 and the Nikkor 18-85mm lens captured the light... Continue Reading →

fine statue and a stripy background

I spotted that scene at the Museum of fine Art in Rouen and I liked the contrast between the old marble statue (Orpheus seducing a Siren by Emmanuel Hannaux 1855-1934; see how Orpheus escaped the Sirens here) and the modern stripy background.

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