Great art picks up where nature ends. Marc Chagall
Town at Dawn
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All the small boys, my friends, noticed that in spite of the fact that the boy was a beggar and thus very poor, he was extremely clean as if he had just taken his daily bath before coming to the quarter. His face was shining and his clothes, though old and shabby, tattered and worn, were at the same time very clean as if they were just washed this morning or the day before. I could say, and without any hesitation, that his clothes were much cleaner than our clothes without any exception.
Excerpt from the writings of the artist's father, Najati Al-Bukhari... Read more!
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