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  1. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by The Fantastical View Post
    I love Ming Dynasty horses. They have such wonderful expressions, they really knew how to capture the essence of "horse".

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    Maybe not Ming but still stunning -

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    shop called 69A on Renshaw Street in Liverpool City Centre has a few of these for sale..says ming horses
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  2. #32
    My ex-husband was a statue. I'll look for a photo.

    (oops....just noticed prompt was to admire the statue. Guess you won't see him.)

  3. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by escorial View Post
    shop called 69A on Renshaw Street in Liverpool City Centre has a few of these for sale..says ming horses
    I don't know... never been to the uk

  4. #34
    I hope it's appropriate to plunk in one of my photos. I don't mean to hijack. I was going through some old photos piled up in a cupboard the other day and came across this one from the spring of 1973. I took it with the first SLR camera I ever bought, an old Canon TLb (which has now been relagated to a spot on one of my bookshelves). I scanned the photo into the computer and did some minor retouching in Lightroom. Here's hoping it survives the upload.


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  5. #35
    i did mean to put statues you admire when i first started an i didn't know how to change it...more the merrier....
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  6. #36
    I don't know about you guys (and gals) but this one gives me goosebumps and reminds me of how many gave their lives in the hope that the future could live in a better world:



    As said by the sculptor himself:

    “In the Rainbow Division memorial, my original idea was to portray the powerful bond between men on active service with a soldier carrying his dead comrade… I am not a religious man, but working on this sculpture I felt a strong spiritual guidance.”

    – James Butler, Sculptor

  7. #37
    I do like to read when people are emotionally​ touched by a work of art..Great post howling wolf
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