People should go to museums, and think about what they see.
Some time at the Met this afternoon produced some fine moment.
I was rather touched by the following.
Meet Cominia Tyche, a Roman matron from the time of the Emperor Trajan.
"To the spirits of the dead. Lucius Annius Festus [put this here for] the most saintly Cominia Tyche, his most chaste and loving wife, who lived 27 years, 11 months, and 28 days, and also for himself and for his descendants."
She has the elaborate hair of the wealthy of the period.
Perhaps I was feeling a little sentimental this afternoon.
This Van Gogh also kept me staring for a while.