Probably the final version of this work.
I added a fragment of Petronius’ Satiricon (bottom right) in Luxeuil’s script and calligraphied a large cadel initial later highlighted in black to enhance the visibility.
The wall will remain like until the end of the year then I will erase all white a coat of white paint before starting another work.
Back to black to add this time a fragment of De Tranquillitate Animi by Lucius Annaeus Seneca.
For this new addition, I used a visigothic script with a larger brush.
This is the next step in the calligraphy on my wall, this time the text is a fragment from Der Steppenwolf by Hermann Hesse in its french version and with a gothic script.
Two steps to go and this work will be over.
To meet a request by my esteemed professor, here is a view in perspective of my work in progress on the wall. I only added a few lines since the last pic, finishing the quotation from the Aeneid.
Second step, I’ve continued a bit the poem by Keats and added a fragment from the Aenid by Virgil.
Starts to look good…
Some progress in the decorating of my gallery, I’ve just completed the first step.
For the time being we have a fragment from L’Eté by Albert Camus in uncial script and the beginning of Hyperion by John Keats in gothic script.
I’m still wondering which text will be the third one.