This week’s visual digest to make your eyes and mind happy.
Came across Richard Dadd’s 1864 painting The Fairy Feller’s Master-Stroke thanks to this old Public Domain Review post popping up in my feed. Aside from the grisly story behind it this beautiful work – “It was painted for H.G. Haydon, an official at Bethlem Hospital, where Dadd was sent after he became insane and murdered his father in 1843” – its quite remarkable for being so small, a meagre 540 × 394 mm.
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