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  • Painters Witness to Their Time

    Painters Witness to Their Time

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    Beauty Is in the Eye of the Beholder, so says the old adage. ‘Tis true, but the artist puts the beauty before the viewer. Kees Van Dongen was an artist with uncanny skills when he painted the eyes of those who posed for him.

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George “Burt” Martin
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In the vernacular we’re talking about hats and shoes. But, if you were a doughboy in World War I, your world was much more defined – you wore a helmet and boots. When a member of the American Expeditionary Forces dressed for battle his uniform alone was 44 pounds.

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