“The Fall of Icarus”, by Hendrick Goltzius, is one of my all-time favorite images by one of my all-time favorite artists.
Hendrick's says the essence of both are added after distillation.
The Daily Pic: In 1588, Hendrick Goltzius showed the Greek teen scorched by the sun.
He was a miniature Hendrick, clad in leather from top to toe.
Hendrick was not demonstrative, that was evident; neither was his wife, nor his child.
Hendrick had spoken in quick, sharp tones, for he was evidently much excited.
“Excuse me, friends,” said Hendrick at last, delivering the child to its mother.
Dear Hendrick,—So it was you that sent me Trilby—the magical thing!
“If you mean where did the reindeer come from at first, I cannot tell,” said Hendrick.
He has got Hendrick, he dragged him away from the fire beside me.