The World Before the Flood
Thanks for doing that one so promptly. Regarding the "old master tradition", there doesn't seem to be an obvious way to reword it although it's not entirely necessary. Once I get around to giving William Etty the WP:TNT treatment, the articles on the individual works won't need such an extensive background section, but at the moment the bio is so bad (my removing the actual lies from it has left it a gutted shell) that I don't want to be directing readers there for background detail. – iridescent 22:16, 23 June 2015 (UTC)
- My pleasure. Ah, now I understand why William Etty is so short. I was surprised as there seemed to be plenty of material out there. There wasn't any real problem with the "old master tradition", it was just that I spent hours checking the sources that I had to find something; otherwise it might look like a rubber stamp job, which it wasn't! Best Poltair (talk) 22:46, 23 June 2015 (UTC)
- I've thinked I've addressed everything. Let me know if there are any further issues raised by the restructuring.
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