Dear readers, it's been a busy week, so I am afraid that for the moment I leave you with a picture and very few words. Since the Graces were so popular last week, this time we have a little something for the ladies.
Due to copyright-type things, here is a crappy photo I took of this painting.
real deal with all the details. We've seen Jean Delville's work before. This one is called "The School of Plato," presumably because calling it "Jesus and his Fabulous Gay Disciples" would have been cause for a lynching in the 19th century. So we'll go with Plato, hanging out with his twelve followers. Apparently the best way to learn Platonic philosophy was to get naked and drape yourself across your fellow pupils, and weave daisy chains into each other's luscious locks.
A friend reminds me that Plato was into "fully integrated education," including all aspects of physical and mental training. All of them. And they do seem to be enjoying their education.