Saturday, June 13, 2015


Putti proliferate in popular culture: on buildings, in decorative arts, on greeting cards - a popular purveyor of love. But in Art through the ages, the putto has been a curious little figure, often reflecting philosophy, theology and literature of the time. The putto in Renaissance art was a winged or wingless, male child figure.

This little guy was on the bedside table at the 1890 Caroline House we stayed in tonight. iPhone 6, Camera+ app

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