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Rape of Proserpina

The Rape of Proserpina, a bronze statue in the V&A Museum London dates from about 1565 and is said to be based on a model by Vincenzo de Rossi (1525-1587). It shows Pluto, the king of the underworld, carrying off … Continue reading

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Wooden Wave – V&A Entrance

Design Week flew past (it officially ended on September 25th) but the wonderful wooden wave at the entrance to the V&A will remain up until October 14th. A stunning visual counterpoise to the traditional stone arch – it is a … Continue reading

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