On walking through just about any cemetery established after 1850, one is likely to see sensual female figures, carved, or rather released, from a variety of material – granite, marble, bronze. This is principally true in France and England, the birthplaces of “garden cemeteries.” For the uninitiated, garden cemeteries are essentially outdoor sculpture gardens, conceived […]
Have you ever felt the urge to take pictures in a cemetery? Pictures of tombstones, monuments, mausoleums? No? Oh, maybe that was me. Anyway, if you DO ever get the urge, I’d like to offer some pointers.