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Originally Posted by Ross G Caldwell
"The exhibition opened (11 October, 1931)... Seventy-three of his paintings and drawings were shown; some of them were of old friends or new acquaintances: Leah Hirsig, Norman Mudd, J.W. Sullivan, and Aldous Huxley, who had recently arrived in the German capital with Sullivan."

(from pp. 460-463)

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Which one of them had big lips / mouth or the funny wave do? That portrait stood out more than the others if we're discussing purposefully ugly and I think A showed his resentment through his artwork. Truth to tell, that one sorta freaked me out a little

All in all though, I still think there's honesty in his work and technique aside, transfering feelings to art is something artschool can't teach.
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