Staff at the Writer's Museum discovered this street scene under a silvery moon, crafted in the opened-out spine of a copy of Ian Rankin's Hide and Seek...Check out the blog post to see all of the paper sculptures left anonymously in Scottish museums and libraries. What a wonderful thing to do.
Book VII O goddesses, now open the Helicon/and guide my song: what kings were spurred to war;/ what me graced lovely Italy even then. [Vergil asks for help in describing the latin forces. Painting is of the Pleiades, oh well.]