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SalvadorDalí's Face of Mae West Which Can Be Used as an Apartment (instalation), c.1974TEATRE-MUSEU DALIStand at Portobello Road----------------Now playing: Grace Jones - This Isvia FoxyTunes
OK, so now I'm going to be one of the fanny-pack-wearing know nothings that you are trying to escape, but - what causes the differences in coloration on the tortoise shells? Is it the natural color of the shell or the elements? The blondish one is knocking my socks off.
Gorgeous! I love the piece of backbone in the bottom picture.xoxo
ok you won't believe this ....i have this painting ( 30 ish x 40 ish ) re - pro done in oil or acrylic . i really can't tell. it is ornately framed .it is a hoot.everyone thinks it's me ?????? LOLbecause the hair is drapery, the eyes are framed , the nose-a mantel, the neck -steps, etc etc.....and i am a designer
love it! amazing dalí!ps did you receive my email?
Mrs B - you left out the tight perm. For years the white shells (carapaces) have been erroneously called albino. In fact, they are the by-products of the soup and tortoiseshell industries. They were stripped of their plates and polished. Overtime, the darker areas are the discolouration of fat that was not thoroughly removed.
RF - how fun!PP - must check my email. Thanks.
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