Meandering through La Belle Epoque

 

Vuillard Interior

Two contributions have come out at the same time (essay and poems).

SO – here is my new essay in the Fortnightly Review   It’s a celebration of a time that is an inspiration to me.

AND – please note – in the same issue here is a link to my versions of thirteen poems by the Comtesse de Noailles

Anna, Comtesse de Noailles by Jean Louis Forain.

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2 Responses to Meandering through La Belle Epoque

  1. Matthew Paul says:

    I really enjoyed this, Anthony, particularly seeing your translations from the Comtesse again.

    Re the Degas circus painting – was it Miss Lola or Miss La-la? Either way, surely a direct influence on Sickert: https://www.paintingstar.com/static/gallery/2012/01/24/53c5690a0498b.jpg?The+Trapeze+Artwork+by+Walter+Richard+Sickert.

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