A Night At The…

The more things change, the more ways I can tie an idea together because it seems to be another version of the same thing.

Today’s drawing is inspired by Robert Darnton’s words in his non-fiction Forbidden Best-Sellers of Pre-Revolutionary France. I read the words yesterday, then last night I went to a rehearsal of San Diego Opera’s The Marriage of Figaro. It was artist’s night and I made plenty of sketches. The sketches gave the idea for Darnton’s words,

. The Night at the…it’s hard to resist saying it when it’s true.

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