Herself: Much better yesterday. Had fun doing books at work, and I found a paperback version of “Ruffles and Flourishes” that I had been looking years for. Coughed four hours last night.
Reading: ”Ruffles and Flourishes”
Balance: Quietly reading while he played computer games.
Archaic in their styling yet modern in intent, Luzzati’s works added an unusual depth and richness to many ships of this period. His works brought historic interest into what could have been just one more sleek, modern ocean liner.
Peter Knego wrote in an article that Emanuele Luzzati only used this medium on the three final Sun Line ships and one private commission in England. He first made a ceramic sculpture, cast a mold of each side of the sculpture, poured in a resin compound, then stuck the two sides together. Only at the end was a metal coating applied.