A minute to explain …
… make that an hour. Or two.
The artist attached the labels: architectura, architecture, art, broadway, carondelet, classical, equivalent, fulcanelli, masterpiece, powerglide, room with a view, st. louis, temple, the classics have might.
I understand the association with architectura, architecture, art, classical, masterpiece and temple. I even understand st. louis, broadway, carondelet. I might even make a connection to “room with a view” and “the classics have might.” And yes, I perceive the significance of the red brick facing on the building.
But I am stymied by:
- Fulcanelli. During the early 20th century, Fulcanelli was the pseudonym of a French alchemist and esoteric author, whose identity is still debated – possibly Eugène Canseliet. He is thought to have survived World War II and disappeared completely after the Liberation of Paris. His claim to fame: the successful transmutation of 100 grams of lead into gold.
- Powerglide – a two-speed automatic transmission designed by General Motors, available primarily on Chevrolet from January 1950 through 1973. The first automatic transmission offered in a low-priced automobile.
- equivalent – equal in force, amount, or value; equal in area or volume but not superposable; like in signification or import.
Suggestions on this this relates to Holofernes??