Within and Without

“I was within and without, simultaneously enchanted and repelled by the inexhaustible variety of life.” ― F. Scott Fitzgerald The Great Gatsby I only recently read The Great Gatsby; this line struck me, I’d heard it in reference before but somehow reading it in context for the first time resonated: the idea of being part … More Within and Without

Practical Research

“Some hungry cavemen, staring at the wall of his cave, might have imagined that a particular bump looked like an animal and perhaps drew an outline around it with a burned stick from the fire.” (Janson, 1928: 7-8). ************* Hanson, H.W. & Jansen, Dora Jane (1928) The Picture History of Painting  Thames and Hudson: London