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[quote] On 2011-12-17 09:45, Bill Palmer wrote: [quote] On 2011-12-16 10:55, Bapu wrote: A thing of beauty, real beauty. So enchanting in fact, that I would say this is a fine example of craft transformed to art. Especially so as depicted tightly framed, with only Copper's hands showing. Accented by the decorative white cuffs, the artist's hands and fingers literally "leap and dance", ballet-like, across the stage of his close-up table, with no wasted or extraneous movements. The unique wand, the gleaming cups, the large red balls, and the simple but surprising finale create a moment of pure magical fantasy. How does the Netherlands produce such magical giants! I have found my new "favorite magician". Bravissimo Mr. Copper, bravissimo! [/quote] Every year for many years, there was a contest between the Dutch magicians and the British magicians. The Dutch always won. Maybe it has something to do with the confinement of the country during the post WWII years. Nothing else to do, so let's practice! ;) [/quote]
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