At the Feet of the Master

Carlo Crivelli feet from a late fifteenth century altarpiece, a study by Mel Anastasiou
Carlo Crivelli feet from a late fifteenth century altarpiece, a study by Mel Anastasiou

Carlo Crivelli is my favourite Renaissance painter. His is strange and wonderful work that bows to no limits despite the constrictions of altarpiece contracts and composition. Feet, hands, noses, sideways glances… his work is always surprising, human, magical, and transformative.

 

melstepsNote from Mel: At Pulp Literature, we’re Kickstarting our Year Two Subscriptions. Here’s a link to the page for Pulp Lit. I love being part of editing and illustrating this well-regarded short fiction magazine.  Thanks for considering subscribing to Year 2, issues 5 through 8, of Pulp Literature!

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