The Prodigal Son in Modern Life

James Jacques Joseph Tissot (1836–1902) The Prodigal Son in Modern Life — Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nantes -In this interesting blog, art historian Allyson Healey discusses Tissot’s series of paintings and the parable on which they are based, both in their period, and in the context of contemporary intergenerational misunderstandings between “millennials” and “boomers”

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Barbara Rich

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English barrister & mediator — specialising in disputed succession & decision-making for people who lack mental capacity

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