Five writers consider viewing a phenomenon or activity closely. Art historian James Fox drew the sun as a small boy, and has been in thrall to its dazzling brilliance ever since.
Five writers consider the art of viewing a phenomenon or social activity closely:
Art historian James Fox drew a yellow disc and put a face on it, he was very young at the time. Since then he has been beguiled by the star that gives our planet light and warmth. And, as he says, looking up to the sky, "there is much that is god-like about it."
Producer Duncan Minshull.
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