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Review of Sight and Insight by Salvador Dali

Almost demoniacally, Freud penetrates a work of art. Malraux mingles it with his own anguish. Between these poles of promiscuity, Eliot’s moral attitude is original: Chastity; he loves art without violating her, he is intimate without so much as a

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Life Celebration for Alexander Eliot at Figtree’s Cafe April 28th 2015 (Part Two)

Part Two. The family and friends of Alexander Eliot gathered on Tuesday, April 28th, at Figtree’s Cafe on the boardwalk in Venice, for a celebration of Alex’s life. The wonderful staff at the “Fig” graciously welcomed us to enjoy “the

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Life Celebration for Alexander Eliot at Figtree’s Cafe April 28th 2015 (Part One)

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The family and friends of Alexander Eliot gathered on Tuesday, April 28th, at Figtree’s Cafe on the boardwalk in Venice, for a celebration of Alex’s life. The wonderful staff at the “Fig” graciously welcomed us to enjoy “the Alex” breakfast:

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Evidence of the Eyes: An Interview with Alexander Eliot

“In the landmark 1967/8 documentary, The  Secret  of  Michelangelo,  Every  Man’s  Dream, Alexander Eliot, painter and former art critic and editor for Time magazine states that “almost everything we saw on the barrel  vault  came  clearly  from  Michelangelo’s  own  inspired

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Alexander Eliot April 28, 1919 – April 23, 2015

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“Life is a fatal adventure. It can only have one end. So why not make it as far-ranging and free as possible?”  – Alexander Eliot Alexander Eliot, who passed away April 23, 2015, was the author of eighteen published books, including

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