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Titian’s Sisyphus: An Eternity of Doubt

I have a fondness for words with repeated soft aspirants that make them satisfying to pronounce (favourite is ‘aspidistra’).  ‘Titian’s Sisyphus’ is not only wonderful to say, it’s incredibly wonderful to look at, which, as an art historian, makes me … Continue reading

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