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The Magic of Writing (Merlin and Arthur)The Magic of Writing (Merlin and Arthur)
by Tiziano Baracchi
Last summer while visiting a Medieval re-enactement, one scene caught my eye: a child utterly mesmerized by a scribe writing calligraphy with a goose quill, it was a perfect moment, made to be translated into a painting. The scene, with its mentor-pupil undertones made me think of a young Arthur and a not-yet-that-old Merlin. As I see it, this is the moment in which for the child Arthur letters first come together as words.
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