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The Strange Beauty of Linden Frederick's Maine

Yankee Plus Dec 2015


The Strange Beauty of Linden Frederick’s Maine
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In the 20th century, skillful, exacting imitation of appearances tended to fall from artistic grace as photography displaced painting as the medium of likeness. Henri Matisse, in helping to liberate painting from a mere description of reality, is famous for having said, “L’exactitude n’est pas la v

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