Read the linked "previous post", and the one at the bottom of the page.
"Heydrich's facial expression as he died betrayed an 'uncanny spirituality and entirely perverted beauty, like a renaissance Cardinal,' according to Bernhard Wehner, a Kripo police official who investigated the assassination."
He's off by a few years, in both directions. But again, there's a difference between a mannered pose or work of art and a mannered life. Repeats: A standard definition of kitsch is to be "more Catholic than the Pope." So I guess this makes it explicit that I'm continuing from the previous post.
|Jean Fouquet, Etienne Chevalier with St. Stephen, left half of the Melun Diptych c.1454|
Later discussion of Paul Feyerabend