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I love a fable. Many years ago I studied Chaucer, and enjoyed the tale of Chauntecleer the proud, vain cockerel / rooster who is flattered by a fox, closing his eyes and extending his neck to show off his voice and is promptly captured. Luckily the fox is just as stupidly proud and opens his mouth to taunt those chasing him and so inadvertently allows the cockerel to escape. The moral of the tale: pride before a fall - with an inflated ego you will come-a-cropper! Anyway, painting this colourful rooster reminded me of the tale.
January 24th, 2018
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