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Art is Mystery and Mystery is Art

Imagine writing a novel about a man named Jacob Printz who lost his purpose in life. Imagine describing the one constant in Jacob’s life, the image of Seated Woman he first viewed as a much younger person, an image he comes back to over and over to make sense of the loves and losses in his life. This is the image by de Kooning that you, as
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Kindle Edition, 190 pages
Published September 19th 2017 by Portmay Press
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Maryann D'Agincourt, the author of National Book Award-nominated Journal of Eva Morelii, All Most, and Glimpses of Gauguin, was born in Boston, MA. An alumna of Simmons College, she has earned two graduate degrees in English literature, and studied in the Humber School for Writers, Toronto. She has written design columns for a regional newspaper in the Connecticut Valley, and has had short stories ...more