COLLAGE SOURCE(S) Charles Edward Perugini’s “A Summer Shower” (c.1888) PHOTO LOCATION Watergate Street near Twinkle Park, Deptford, in front of a community Covid display
COLLAGE SOURCE(S) Alfred Stevens’s “L’Étude du Rôle” (1888) PHOTO LOCATION Trevithick Street, Deptford
COLLAGE SOURCE(S) Alice Havers’s “But Mary Kept All These Things and Pondered Them in Her Heart‘” (1888) PHOTO LOCATION Pepys Park, Deptford
COLLAGE SOURCE(S) John Singer Sargent’s “Portrait of Madame X” (1884) PHOTO LOCATION The Dog & Bell Pub on Prince Street, Deptford, London (aka My Local)
COLLAGE SOURCE(S) William Powell Frith’s “A Private View at the Royal Academy, 1881” (1883) PHOTO LOCATION Sayes Court Park, Deptford, London
COLLAGE SOURCE(S) Frederic Leighton’s “The Last Watch of Hero” (1880) PHOTO LOCATION Sayes Court Park entrance gate, Deptford, London
COLLAGE SOURCE(S) Jean Béraud’s “A Windy Day on the Pont des Arts” (1880s) PHOTO LOCATION Lord John Russell pub, Marchmont Street near Cartwright Gardens, London THOUGHTS This is the first time I am re-using a painting, although the collage incorporates a different figure than the figures used previously.
COLLAGE SOURCE(S) George Dunlop Leslie’s “Charity School Girl” (1882) via ArtUK and the City of Westminster Archives Centre PHOTO LOCATION Rare Books & Music, British Library, London
COLLAGE SOURCE(S) Jean Béraud’s “A Windy Day on the Pont des Arts” (1880s) PHOTO LOCATION British Library, London THOUGHTS Here we go again. Another week, another government turn-around, and another lockdown. Oh, for decisive leaders, who would act rather than react. But, ALAS, we are stuck with leaders who delay and prevaricate and overpromise.
COLLAGE SOURCE(S) Jean Béraud’s “Paris Kiosk” (1880–84) PHOTO LOCATION Brunswick Shopping Centre, Bloomsbury, London