Medieval snail marginalia: what does it all mean?!?! (I don’t really know.)
Was Julian of Norwich the original crazy cat lady? And what’s an anchoress? Ohh sounds interesting–you’d better read and find out!
This is an important Fake News Update! Join me in debunking the myth surrounding Victorian Postmortem Photography.
Don’t turn out the lights: Halloween came early on our trip to Lisbon!
Girls about town Weekes and Cordelia were spotted hitting up the hottest clubs again a couple weekends ago. And by hottest clubs, I mean William Morris’s Red House in Bexleyheath.
A visual barrage of last year’s trip to Florence to see the great masters (and drink wine).
A first look at the BFF Art Club… err I mean the Pre-Raphaelites! Art! Scandal! Ginger hair!
It’s the One Year Blogiversary of Daze + Weekes! I’m a success! I’m a star! (I’m a liar!)
I’m plying my needle and talking chatelaines – hottest new fashion statement?!
In which I try to convince you how great Valentine’s Day is by showing you how much worse it could be? Makes sense? No? Stop ruining this day for me! Let me love love!
In which I continue to bring you highlights from Sister Wendy’s riveting tour de force, 1000 Masterpieces in Western Art. This time we’re buzzing on the Bs!
Murder! Sex! Scandal! Art! Come take a peak at the latest Caravaggio exhibition at The National Gallery…and meet the man behind the paint!
Rosamund Clifford and Eleanor of Aquitaine go head-to-head for Henry II’s affection… or do they?
No soup for us, no pasta for us, no ticket for us, no smile for us, no wine for us, no straight candles for us.
It’s like a fun mystery game: read the facts and then cast your vote for the most likely source of B’s food poisoning!
In which I kick off our art history journey with Sister Wendy, as promised. BAM!