San Gimignano x Helmut Newton

San Gimignano is a small town in Italy, a medieval walled town surrounded by an outer newer town. Like all small towns and medieval villages it is utterly charming and old and cobbly and uphill and so, perfect. It is also not the place you expect to see a Helmut Newton exhibition, but that’s the…

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Netflix Fix- Van Gogh and Teenage love

I have a confession; I am addicted to Netflix and Amazon prime TV, and I am not even sorry about it. I could watch hours and hours of shows, even have it on when I am sleeping. When I cook I have on something on Netflix or amazon prime, typically something I have watched before…

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Medusa | A Tale Of The Damned

For a billion reasons, I love Florence. It is my favourite place in the world to visit, short breaks, long breaks, hours even. It’s a dreamers dream and a place of fantasies, but one of the reasons I really LOVE Florence is the Uffizi gallery and its many superior works of art. It houses a…

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Spring’s Summon- La Primavera by Botticelli

Heart. Spring. Beauty. Sublime. Intrigue. Discourse. Discord… all embody my favourite painting La Primavera (Allegory of Spring) by Sandro Botticelli. In my opinion this is his MOST stunning work of art- some would attribute that to The Birth of Venus, but I beg to differ. Don’t get me wrong, Venus is stunning, and I love…

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WOMEN, New Portraits- Annie Leibovitz

When its all said and done, Annie Leibovitz will go down in history as one of the greatest visionary of our time. Without question, she would deserve this honour because for years to come we will marvel at her body of work. Her photographs capture the soul, the essence of a person, her subject whether animate…

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