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splitleaf

Nancy Spero   The Hours of the Night II

chessmaster102

I love this !

chessmaster102
melvinbluestone wrote:

This is either 16th century Italian Renaissance, or the Polgar sisters having fun with a few skittles games..........  

Polgars ancestors Laughing

splitleaf

Yeah and it appears  great, great.... grandma Sofia has a question to which little Judit already has the answer (Susan is just wondering what nurse Preen is doing here).

dizziz

Read 'Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There'. Text too big to post here.

ChessAuthor

Great review for a chess novel you may have heard about:

http://www.longandshortreviews.com/book-reviews/even-dead-men-play-chess-by-michael-weitz/

splitleaf
dizziz wrote:

Read 'Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There'. Text too big to post here.

Far be it for me to tell anyone how to live but, this thread has seem some pretty big text (some of which I've enjoyed immensely).  They seem pretty big fans of excerpts here too. Laughing

splitleaf

Ozdemir Atlan      King and Queen

splitleaf

Jean Arp      Abstract Composition, Knossos

ToborAtonmi
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ToborAtonmi

611534C4-EF7A-4E8C-A4F4-50033B32BA10-150-000000392DF5406A_zps9e78ec8a.jpg an oil painting made recently by an artist I know.

Ubik42
melvinbluestone wrote:

This is either 16th century Italian Renaissance, or the Polgar sisters having fun with a few skittles games..........  

I don't think it is the Polgar sisters, because AFAIK they were able to set up the board correctly, with a white square on the right side.

ToborAtonmi
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goldendog

One of the finer threads on the site.

varelse1

gaereagdag

Hmm. I could post some of my own chess art here.

Laughing

goldendog

Me too, but how much would you pay if I didn't?

owlyboly

Can i post something here ? If not delete it.

Tal and Caissa obsessed by each other - cover of a book
owlyboly

This is not art ofcourse, but i wanted to post it somewhere.