Portrait of a Young Woman / Meredith Frampton / 1935 / "Frampton said that he made this painting as 'a relaxation from commissions, and to celebrate an assembly of objects... beautiful in their own right'." -- from the Tate
Bowie, 1975. MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH -- man, that was good. He shoulda acted more. But he liked to play with his friends in Berlin, and write songs, rather than the rigid schedule of film making. So much WAITING AROUND when making films.