As for Covarrubias, his en wikipedia page is a bit of a mess, the spanish version perhaps a little better, which may or may not be of assistance.
Delvaux, Paul, crucifixion 1952
Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot (1796-1875) Venice – View of Campo della Carita from the Dome of the Salute Oil on canvas, 1834
(Soldat jouant aux échecs, or Le Soldat à la partie d’échecs) An infantryman at a game of chess. Said to be a self-portrait because he’s smoking a cigarette…
The Death of the Grave-Digger, Carlos Schwabe (1895) Angel as Shadow, Angel Wings as Scythes
(The other Futurists…) Giacomo Balla, 1920 – The Spell is Broken
The Journalist is persistent and dedicated; she has a lot of integrity. Specifically tasked, she lies in wait for him, the Pathologist. Winsome, that specific species of prettiness, she thinks she can probably screw herself up into, for a sufficient length of time to accomplish the job. And the probity, on which she prides herselfContinue reading “The 24 Deaths of MH – Part 2”
Slow Cinema! No petrol tankers exploding! What’s it all about? It’ll never catch on. Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles (1976).
Black Moon (1975, dir Louis Malle). They do come weirder than this, although not too much. Presumably Malle was trying to channel Bunuel here, if that’s not being harsh on him.
One Man’s Week – Vivian Stanshall. – YouTube From around 1973/4… The good old days of a fag on and a bottle of Mackesons (? – tho’ looks a bit light for stout)