I saw Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon in glorious flickering 35mm today (still running at Cinema 21 in Portland). Every scene of this beautiful movie could be a painting by an old master. One in particular reminded me of The Death of Chatterton by Henry Wallis. 

I saw Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon in glorious flickering 35mm today (still running at Cinema 21 in Portland). Every scene of this beautiful movie could be a painting by an old master. One in particular reminded me of The Death of Chatterton by Henry Wallis. 

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    I adore how the costumes and design work in Barry Lyndon are ripped from artwork and a picturesque view of the 18th...
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    Example of a non-Kubrickian period film interior:
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  11. nottodarkness said: Perhaps that was the inspiration? :)
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