Bill Armstrong sent us his latest project. Quarantine : Portraits of Artists and Writers is a month’s worth of portraits of artists and writers made in his signature style with quotes about their experience in quarantine, isolation or with the plague. Thoroughly researched, this is a series for our times. Here are 20 of the 31 portraits of the series. Portrait of John Keats Quarantined from Typhus on a boat in the bay of Naples, Keats wrote that he “traveled in the realm of gold,” referring to the gilt-edged color of books. Maybe it’s a good time to dust off...
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