I wonder what Fra Angelico, the pious Dominican friar best known for his sublime frescoes in the monks’ cells in the monastery of San Marco in Florence, would have made of this mini-skirted teenager gracing a wall in the Watermill bedroom named after him?
The 1960s girl in a mini-dress looks out on us from a watercolour made by a friend of ours, David Jones, a time-travelling conceit, as she is sitting in the 19th century studio of the Impressionist painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
It is all part of the entertaining artistic atmosphere of the Watermill, a unique setting for creative coursesin unspoiled rural Tuscany. See more by clicking here.
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