The Fruit of Philosphy

Beautiful photos of what happens when art and Nietzsche collide…

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Posted: July 14th, 2006
at 3:15pm by Black Ock


Categories: life,art,photo,contemporary

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  1. Hello Miss Golonka (or is it Miss Freeman?)

    as I may notice, the title “Dr.” means you maybe are the person I was looking for. Did you write a History of Art thesis about John Martin’s Illustrations of the Bible in 1961 at the Smith College, Massachussets?

    I myself make a thesis about this very same work and the Smith College refuses to provide me a copy of your thesis (even though american thesis can be purchased for a sum that covers your copyrights, the photopocy, etc.).

    I wanna congratulate you for the job you seem to have done with this work, even if I didn’t study it yet. I think it’s just sad that this subject wasn’t studied by more than you and I (if I don’t consider Michael J. Campbell and J. Dustin Wees’ catalogues and some of the Thomas Balston’s notes about it). I wish I could find an agreement with the Smith college that tells me today that I cannot obtain a copy of your thesis because it is now considered as an old and rare thesis.

    Even if we don’t know each other, I have considerations for this work you did, because we both know that Martin’s ain’t an easy subject to study with his monumental production and rare sources in our days.

    p.s.: if you want to write to me, here is my e-mail address: virgo_rosae@homail.com
    If I mistook you with another person, all my apologies…

    Yours sincerely,
    Dany Larrivee,
    Master degree student in History of Art
    Université Laval,
    Québec City, Canada
    April 28th, 2009.

    Dany Larrivee

    28 Apr 09 at 7:22 pm

     


 

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