The glorification of passive.
Janssen is part of his country’s Catholic community, and if anything – following this logic through – is a Brabant abstractionist. It is hard not to see that in his work Catholic taste is circumscribed by Protestant morality; just as the rational geometry of abstraction is tempered by a human, painterly touch.
Atat a mai ramas, gri. Si elipsa.
“If the atom or atoms constitutive of the motion of some atom or body are themselves in motion, there would be no reason not to take that motion to be a distinct entity as well.” Aiiii, ce m-am mai prapadit de ras. Asa.
“Bella da Costa Greene was small and slender, her dainty figure squeezed even thinner into the wasp-waisted corsets of the period’s fashion… She was beautiful as she was brilliant, although her beauty was usually qualified as exotic or unusual. With a cloud of dark hair and huge eyes, olive skin, and a proud carriage, she dressed elegantly and conducted herself with pose and dignity beyond her apparently youthful age.”
She burned all her papers near the end of her life – a romantic and extravagant gesture for a romantic and extravagant woman.
Parintele iezuit Bruno.
Father Bruno with his immense stomach, black teeth, filthy tunic stained with snuff, and lascivious facial expressions… [.]
Sunt in flacari…