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Born in 1926 in Brooklyn, David Levine studied painting at Pratt Institute, at the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, and with Hans Hofmann.
In The End of Alchemy, the former governor of the Bank of England takes a brave position that should produce a lot of soul-searching among both economists ...
My husband handed me a newspaper article the other day, it reported the death of caricaturist David Levine: "Here's someone for your Arty Farty blog".
I can find no time of birth for him, so set the chart for 12 noon. Rising sign and Moon degree will not be accurate.
G. Verdi - Giuseppe Verdi: Otello (Complete Opera, 2 disc set) - Gwyneth Jones, James McCracken, Sir John Barbirolli (conductor) - Amazon.com Music
During the time we were away, earlier this month, the Harvey Weinstein story blew up. I didn't read anything on it until a couple of days ago.
Gardner Rea, "Waiter—what is this G-string doing in my soup?!" Original art, Playboy, April 1962, page 95
For the endpaper of the book, I used the following cartoon, published just after Hitler invaded the Soviet Union on June 23rd, 1941.
The Sun is travelling through zodiac sign Gemini now, the sign depicted by twins or pairs. So... a look at a couple of pairs, as astrological atmosphere is ...
In childhood, my kaleidoscope was a favourite toy. I still find in them a source of fascination....which led me to an archived post from summer 2008.
(N.p.): The Fantod Press, 1962. Gorey, Edward. 24mo. (30)ff. One of 500 copies. First edition of Gorey's first publication from his Fantod Press, ...
Four illustrations, originally from sources as indicated in the captions, scanned from my volume of "Astrology", compiled by Louis MacNeice, published in ...
Vittorio Grigolo as Cavaradossi & Sonya Yoncheva as Tosca in rehearsal for David McVicar's new production of Tosca (Photo: Ken Howard/Metropolitan Opera)
For any passing reader interested in astrology, Astrotheme has John Ciardi's 12 noon natal chart. He was born on 24 June 1916 in Boston MA.
However, he also illustrated books by other highly regarde authors of the time: Jonathan Swift, William Thackeray, Charles Dickens, and George Eliot.
Cavaradossi is taken away after shouting “Vittoria!” (“Victory!”) upon hearing of Napoleon's win at the Battle of Marengo (Met Opera/BBC)
He was an irascible raconteur, virtual enclopedia of anything theatrical and, up til the end, sharp as a tack.
The first complete printing of 27 volumes spanned from 1760 to 1772. The engravings related to book arts are a fraction of the illustrations included in the ...
This didn't happen by chance. It's a true Verdi enigma. It's an enigma, just like the world of the Pharoes still presents an enigma to us."
Alessio De Paolis (left) in “Il Barbiere di Siviglia” and Edouard de Reszke in “Faust." Credit Richard Termine for The New York Times. “
Yet, even though I have worked with Levine, I believe that Donald Runnicles is all around simply the greatest Wagnerian conductor of our day.