Death in the lodging house

In 1937 a book was published with the look of a photo novel: Photocrimes.
On every double page you were presented with a criminal case and asked to point out the wrongdoer. A couple of small images, text written under it, that was the only information you got. Continue Reading →

Surprising Black&White

Years ago I visited the Prado in Madrid. I spent an hour in front of The Garden Of Delight by Hieronymus Bosch. Just click on the image to enlarge it.
I thought I was looking at three paintings, it’s a triptych. I didn’t know I was actually looking at four paintings until recently I came across this image on the internet: the backside of the triptych, the painting you will  see if the Garden of Delight is closed.

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