Paintings by Rene Magritte, Max Ernst, Joan Miro, Albert Gleizes, Paul Klee, and Yves Tanguy. The first and last image are by an unknown artist. The first version was used as the cover image of an album of 78RPM discs of Chopin, recorded and released by Vladimir Horowitz in 1945. The final image is simply my concept of what that scene might look like under some serious moonlight.
The fact that our club is falling part and nothing is being done about it is splendid. 😃👍. Serge walked out last night at half time cause he had a fight with Hugo, the defence is shit atm - which is ironic when we play so defensively. Harry Kane is injured which is great. Son suddenly is no where to be seen when we play the top 6. We won’t let players leave the club and then go on to treat them horribly by making them stay and pretty much holding them hostage (Dele). Everytime we get a chance to get into the top 4 we bottle it. We’re drawing against teams fighting relegation and parking the bus when we have a one nil lead and have the ability on the pitch to score another 2 or 3. It is so fustrating every week to watch them play and not get anywhere. Something needs to change and I’m not saying Jose out but I do feel as if majority of the problems are stemming from him. But at least we didn’t lose to sheffied united lol. To dare is to do but all we dare to do is be fucking shit. But you know what they say consistency is key. The only ones pulling even a tiny bit of their weight in the team is Harry Kane (when he’s not injured, we don’t deserve him atm, he’s putting more work into defence than dier and Rodon combined), tanguy (probably out best player atm) and Pierre (what. A. Goal. Last night and puts in his shift in both midfield and defence). Everyone else it doesn’t feel like they have the passion and determination to want to win. We need to change something ASAP. ~ C COYS 😔🤍
"Le Père Tanguy" par Vincent Van Gogh (1887) présenté à la conférence “Toulouse-Lautrec et les Frères Van Gogh” de Nienke Bakker - conservatrice au Van Gogh Museum d'Amsterdam - autour de l'exposition “Toulouse-Lautrec. Résolument Moderne” au Grand Palais, novembre 2019.