Madonna, relationship with alcohol and Monet's 'Water Lilies'

Aug 17, 2018, 06:00 AM

In episode 13, we talk about sex, drinking culture and art as therapy. Our three figures are Madonna, that doctor’s double the alcohol units patients claim they consume and ‘Water Lilies’ by Claude Monet (c.1915-1926).

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Figure 1: Madonna

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Figure 2: Doctor’s double the alcohol units patients claim they consume

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Figure 3: ‘Water Lilies’ by Claude Monet (c.1915-1926)

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