It's still humid, Gawd 'elp us, but I went to the National Gallery to see that 'Private Passion' exhibit. It cost a fiver, even with 'concession' and I sholdn't have, but hey...It was good. Some very nice Blakes, pre-Raphaelites, and Symbolists, if you like that stuff, and I do. Quite a few Gericaults, too. The Moreaus particularly impressed me; I'd never seen two of them,at all, and the well-known "The Apparition" is alarmingly vivid in RL. It was annoyingly crowded, though. God knows what these things must be like at weekends. It's really difficult to get a look in,sometimes, unless you nudge the old git who's been hogging the space for yonks.
On the way back, I popped into the ICA, and looked at the 'small' (it is-) exhibit of undergrounds, most of which I was familiar with. There were some ace books in the shop, too. Want, want...