In Like a Lion and Out Like a Lamb
By Lynn Byrne. I am back!!! Thank heavens for Denise.
We lost power during a nasty storm last Saturday and it wasn’t fully restored until Wednesday! No internet. Then I had a major photo shoot of a large project scheduled for last weekend (more on that later). Denise stepped in to keep our posts coming.
After that lion of a storm last week, it is now very spring-like. I am hoping that we are in the lamb phase of March. Certainly, everywhere I look I am seeing sheep, so my fingers are crossed.
Eric Cohler has named his lamb, Tyler.
An entire herd.
Photo from Aesthetes Lament
A woolly one with Yves St. Laurent back in the day.
Photo from 212 Dressing Room
In Philip Gorrivan’s son’s room.
Strutting down Park Avenue.
Photo from the New York Times
What is the origin of these cuddly lambs? Original lambs, like the ones in the above picture, are by Claude and Francois-Xavier Lalanne. Francois-Xavier died in December 2008. In the spring of 2008, one of his sheep achieved $158,500 at auction at Sotheby’s–twice its high estimate.
Think spring everyone.