A Gay Man's Journey out of the Closet, Marriage and Mormonism toward Self-Love and Self-Discovery
Invictus, now you've gone and made my day. :)
The seventh item from the end: John Singer Sargent?
It is credited as “Boys on the Beach” by Henry Scott Tuke, but I wonder whether this is correct.
Isn't rugby wonderful!
if a picture is worth 1000 words, you've gone overboard today. And thanks for such a melange. It was delicious!
Tuke is correct.
Thank you for the info. Did a little reading and discovered that Sargent and Tuke met in Paris in the early 1880's.