Silent Sundays: Woman with Skull (1926)

William Mortensen, 'Woman with Skull' (ca. 1926) via Hyperallergic

William Mortensen, Woman with Skull, circa 1926 (via Hyperallergic).

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2 Responses to Silent Sundays: Woman with Skull (1926)

  1. thelid53@comcast.net says:

    Peace Skip,

    Thank you.

    Ethereal, Fascinating, Fey, Grotesque, Horrific, Macabre, …

    “A Woman With A Skull” is an elegantly simple, eloquent work.

    Beautiful.

    Strangely attractive and repulsive at the same time.

    What a treat!

    I’d anticipated, based on your subject line, your compendium of favorite silent films.

    Cordially,

    Che!

  2. thelid53@comcast.net says:

    Peace Skip,

    Correction: “Woman With Skull”

    It’s remarkable how much difference the wording of the title makes.

    Eliminating the definite articles totally amplifies the title’s impact.

    Che!

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