Tag Archives: windows

Observatory

Even a window has two points of view–one looking out, the other looking in. One belongs to me, the other belongs to you.

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A Desk with a View

Lucy Honeychurch, protagonist of E. M. Forester’s A Room with a View, arrives in Florence only to be disappointed by the view from her room at the Pensione Bertolini–an insignificant internal courtyard. The eccentric and generous Mr. Emerson offers to … Continue reading

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November 19

Women and Windows Woman at the Window, Street Art, San Lorenzo, Rome Why are there so many paintings by male artists depicting women at a window? The window defines an ambiguous space….that existing in between here and there. Some voyeurs … Continue reading

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