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Great Art, Great Criticism Mattie Pickett, Quilter Van Gogh as bedding— a woman healer's starry night: Pyres of crushed skirts, of black and brown light, of blue and hot pepper search-beams, comfort my Louvre. It is a strange thing to want— for there is no scrap pomp; and pins are left in the monument of wide neckties. There is no doctoral unapplied comment of cloth but shock of its fuchsia-loud gag. Quilt talking,poem talking, student speaking. The persimmon-colored tongue. 28 ...


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