“…his days in Arcadia were numbered.”
A certain somebody requested that I draw ‘people snuggling’…so this happened. Nothing says ‘warm and tender’ like everybody’s favourite tragic Oxonian queers, right?
In the event that Charles needs some musical accompaniment for sobbing into his moustache… here is a Brideshead Revisited mixtape.
1. You Made Me Love You- Harry James (C Company Lament)
2. The Lark Ascending- Vaughan Williams (The Peculiar Splendor of Meadowsweet)
3. Un Héros Très Discret- Alexandre Desplat (Matriculations)
4. Hummingbird- George Winston (The Most Conspicuous Man)
5. Did I Remember?- Billie Holiday (A Time of Economy and Instruction)
6. La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin- Claude Debussy (Bloomsbury Strikes Again)
7. Ain’t Misbehavin’- Fats Waller (Catalogue of Sins)
8. La Notte (Allegro)- Vivaldi (The Injury Grave)
9. Lullaby- George Winston (Very Near Heaven)
10. They Can’t Take That Away From Me- Billie Holiday (The Painted Parlour and I)
11. First Self-Portrait Series- Rachel’s (October Arrived and Aloysius Forgotten)
12. Fly- Ludovico Einaudi (The Loneliest Man in Oxford)
13. Gymnopédie I- Erik Satie (We Talk of Nothing But)
14. Theme- Jon Brion (A Very Beautiful Place)
15. Good-Bye- Benny Goodman & His Orchestra (Quomodo Sedet Sola Civitas)
I’m not sure if doodling Anthony Blanche while waiting for an appointment with my advisor will ever be counted as one of my prouder moments.
A selection of drawings of some famous writers, drawn in Pencil. Will be uploading some more soon
Who knew Sebastian looked so suspiciously Tennant-ish?
I can’t help but think that I’m playing right into his hand. Oh how lovely you are etc etc. Or maybe it doesn’t really count as paying any kind of real artistic adulation unless it’s a full bronze bust. In that case I am safe.
“A reader’s sketchbook of the books and authors that have been important to him. (via Print Magazine) Who are some of the authors that have been important to you?”
- From The Paris Review Facebook Page
Now in Technicolor.
I did this recently, but I wanted to share.
Me siento una colonializada >:(