Two crabs, and bemused by how tiny the Seurat was. It was fascinating to see pigment in its purest form. There were so few of us it didn't feel appropriate to take some shots. The exhibition is heavily weighted in the Renaissance, in part I guess because a lot of the paintings that used incredibly expensive pigment like lapis lazuli were commissioned by the church where so much of the wealth sat. The exhibition ends this weekend. The lighting truly makes the paintings sing.
Normal business resumes this weekend. Miss P returns.