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The final drawings of her mother's last days in bed shift from the cartoon-like earlier pages into the style of old master drawings, memento mori drawn with love and compassion.
The term memento mori came to represent paintings or sculptures, usually involving skulls and bones, often found on tombs in the Middle Ages--a reminder to visitors to consider the sure arrival of death.
Dianne, 55, who runs a wedding dress shop in Ashington, Northumberland, started her research after a relative handed her a memento mori card for a boy called James Walter Robert Webber who died aged seven in 1888.
His topics include Kipling's "Regulus," the function of the Roman culture in Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness, imperialism in George Orwell's Burmese Days, and Tom Stoppard's Indian Ink and Memento Mori.
It was based on the story Memento Mori by Jonathan Nolan, and directed by his brother Christopher.
With Caldwell on their minds and in their hearts, FLYLEAF is currently in the midst of recording their follow-up to 2009's Memento Mori due in stores this summer via A&M/Octone Records.
You wouldn't necessarily know that the second piece, Memento Mori, is inspired by Hans Holbein's woodcuts of The Dance of Death, but it is clear that a macabre figure is pursuing a beautiful young woman.
His journal also reflected his sense of memento mori.