I had the gammon, which was fine, while Mrs East offered me some of her poussin
, which was tasty, and a bit of her duck which, again was tasty, but as I had noticed at the serving area, was swimming in a bit too much oil or fat, leaving an aftertaste that lingered.
Scholars have only made reference to Poussin
's later version in the Louvre as being inspirational to David, despite compositional similarities with the Metropolitan version.
Nonetheless, the curators Benedicte Gady and Nicolas Milovanovic have to be praised for their bold claim that before becoming the visual translator of Louis XIV's political ambitions, Le Brun was an artist of extraordinary ingenuity and erudition, in the same league as Rubens, Poussin
, and Bernini.
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A gallery employee stands in front of a painting entitled 'Tancred and Erminia', by Poussin
, part of 'Birth of a Collection' at the National Gallery
You cannot fully understand Poussin
's picture without knowing that it is a kind of hieroglyph.
"The Pembrokeshire Poussin
is unique," explained Mr Scale.
For the poussin
cylinders: Season chicken with half the salt.
Cardiff's own Dame Shirley's favourite is The Finding of Moses by Nicolas Poussin
Doctor turned cookery maestro Tim had just under an hour to help me master spatchcock poussin
with crispy potatoes - a recipe from MasterChef winner Dhruv Baker.
Gressingham Foods is extending its speciality poultry range to include two new fresh poussin
products for the retail market.