Glossing Alma-Tadema

One of the things in my box this a.m. was a video from the Smart History folks about Alma-Tadema’s Listening to Homer:

… and I followed a sidebar link and found another video from the Clark Art Institute about the same artist’s Women of Amphissa (a print of which once graced the back of the door in a grad office at Queen’s when I was there):

I’ll leave it to you to decide which presentation is more effective …

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