Look for part 2 of my tour of the NGA exhibition in the next few days! In the mean time, I give you a Wombat Friday special.
On my birthday last Saturday, my awesome Pre-Raphaelite friend Verity gave me a heads-up on this shirt available on the website Yizzam under the description "Mermaid Hugging Man." I got a huge giggle out of that one, and Verity and Kirsty and I joked that all Pre-Raphaelite artworks should have literal titles.
Aaaanyway, I had to buy the shirt, and it arrived today! Morris the Wombat approves.
My favorite artwork on a shirt! (In case you didn't know, the ACTUAL title is Depths of the Sea, by Edward Burne-Jones) Life is good...
Oh YESS!!! What a great shirt!!
It suits you and your Wombat too! Really like the idea of literal titles for works of art. Gives me some lovely thoughts to dwell upon .... x
Wow I love that! I found you via the Pre-Raph Sisterhood Facebook page, I can't wait to see your blog! I love all of it too. And that shirt is gorgeous, the blue with your hair is stunning!! Take care, from another redhead -
Cool. Now I need to see Chanson d'Amour on a shirt and I'll be happy.
Raine, it's so fun!!
Thank you Mrs. Black! Oh there are some wonderful possibilities in literal titles for Pre-Raphaelite artworks.
Marina, I'm so glad you found me! Thanks!
It looks beautiful on you!
Very happy to have made it. :)
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