|SUBJECT ||Re: [Hangout-NYLXS] Guess this painting!!
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On 13/02/17 04:48, Rick Moen wrote:
> Quoting Ruben Safir (ruben-at-mrbrklyn.com):
>> So just to be clear, that is the Laughing Calivier from the Wallace
>> collection in London, by far the greatest portrait I'd seen. It is a
>> simply amazing work which has to be experienced to be described.
> By the way, do you want the reader who's about to guess the answer
> (as I was with this world-famous Frans Hals painting) to just blurt it
> out? I've been so far speaking indirecty when I think I know the
everything is fine. It's all for education and entertainment
> And by the way, I really doubt that other one a few days ago depicted
> specifically Jonah and the whale (er, dag gadol). I refer to the one at
> . For one thing, that's a Babylonian/Chaldean image.
no, its not Yohan and the whale. I was just saying that Yonah went to
Why do you think it is Babylonian? The map at the British Museum says
it is from Ninvah
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