Monday, September 26, 2016

True Metal for White Heterosexual Males EXCLUSIVELY!

Finally after several years and endless delays the debut album of True American band THE RAUNCHOUS BROTHERS is out now!!!

Copies available from the web-store of RESISTANCE RECORDS

Their message is clear: HAIL METAL...DESTROY FAGGOTRY

You can listen the track "Faggot Bolshevik" here:

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Edmund Blair Leighton - Master Artist of The Victorian Era

Edmund Blair Leighton (1852 –1922)


The death of Mr Edmund Blair Leighton, on September 1, removed from our midst a painter who, though he did not attain to the higher flights of art, yet played a distinguished part in aiding the public mind to an appreciation of the romance attaching to antiquity, and to a realisation of the fellowship of mankind throughout the ages.

Mr Blair Leighton was born in London, on September 1, 1853, his father being that Charles Blair Leighton, portrait and subject painter, whose exhibits at the Royal Academy and other London galleries covered the period between 1843 and 1855. The son was educated at University College School, before taking a position in an office in the city, but entered the Royal Academy Schools after a course of evening study at South Kensington and Heatherley's.

He commenced exhibiting in 1874, and succeeded, four years later, in securing the verdict of the Hanging Committee of the Royal Academy in favour of two works, entitled respectively ‘
Witness My Act and Seal,’ and ‘A Flaw in the Title.’ Since then his highly wrought style was regularly represented at Burlington House until two years prior to his decease. Among the better known of his pictures, many of which were published, may be named ‘The Dying Copernicus (1880), To Arms (1888), Lay thy sweet hand in mine and trust in me ( 1891), Lady Godiva (1892), Two Strings (1893), Launched in Life (1894), The Accolade (1901), Tristan and Isolde (1907), The Dedication (1908), The Shadow (1909), ‘To the Unknown Land (1911),’ and ‘The Boyhood of Alfred The Great,’ 1913. For the past dozen years or so, Mr E Blair Leighton had been a member of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters. He had married in 1885, Miss Katherine Nash, by whom he had, with a daughter, one son, Mr E J Blair Leighton, who has also adopted painting as a profession.


Tristan and Isolde (1902)

Godspeed! (1900)
Accolade (1901)
Stitching The Standard (1911)
My Fair Lady (1914)
The Dedication (1908)
The Conquest (1884)
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