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Oscar Wilde once said that “cultivated leisure is the aim of man,” by which he may have been thinking of the kinds of diversions that require wearing a tuxedo or concentrating for long hours in an edifying seminar. The truly … Continue reading
In 1920 the painter Amedeo Modigliani died at the age of 36, penniless, wracked by meningitis, and suffering from alcoholism. In 2009 his masterpiece, “Nude Sitting on a Divan,” was sold to a Turkish billionaire for $69 million at a … Continue reading