Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Henry Purcell

The Flowering of the English Baroque by Glynn Williams, memorial to Henry Purcell, Christchurch Gardens, Westminster, London
“The Flowering of the English Baroque” by Glynn Williams, memorial to Henry Purcell
Christchurch Gardens, Victoria Street
Westminster, London, October 2009

3 comments:

Theanne said...

Oh and there I went thinking it was Medusa with flowers instead of snakes for hair! And it's not even a woman! ;-)

My apologies Mr. Purcell and Mr. Williams.

Great shot VP!

cieldequimper said...

That's quite funny. Somehow I find it hard to relate to the composer of the music for the funeral of Queen Mary!

joo said...

I prefer his music, to be honest with you:)