Just for Fun: Le Violon d’Ingres

by Matthew Innis |

No one should be surprised that an artist might be talented in more than one field.  In some artistic careers, being talented across multiple disciplines is essentially a requisite today.  For the Broadway performer, as example, being a “triple threat” – meaning skilled in acting, singing, and dancing –  is de rigueur.   There are many cinema actors who…

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