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2 Dec 2011
Peoples' Choice, 2nd Place
Curator: Ilene Skeen
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Papli by Milly by Roger Cummiskey
Title: Papli by Milly
Desc: This is a childish drawing of Leopold Bloom by his daughter Milly as described by Joyce.
I have reversed the letter “L” to give it a childlike appearance.
The description of the drawing is contained in the second last chapter of Ulysses, “Ithaca”, located in Bloom’s house, 7, Eccles Street.
Bloom opens the first drawer of his chest of drawers which contains a “Vere Foster’s handwriting copybook, property of Milly (Millicent) Bloom….. diagram drawings marked Papli, which showed a large globular head with 5 hairs erect, 2 eyes in profile, the trunk full front with 3 large buttons, 1 triangular foot,…..”
I hope that you can enjoy it’s simplicity!
Picasso once admitted that it had taken him 50 years to learn how to paint like a c
Size: 50 x 70 cm
Price Range: Important $501-$5,000
In calendar: Yes