Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Great Regulars: Wagner, they point out, had Jewish friends.

Eliot was a devout, churchgoing Anglican--surely not a "bad" person in any extreme way. So for now, let's leave anti-Semitism off the list. How about misogyny, or generally creepy behavior toward women? Picasso probably takes the prize here: of the seven main women in his life, two went mad and two killed themselves.

from Charles McGrath: The New York Times: Good Art, Bad People


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