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Colescott loved reinterpreting history



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Benny Andrews

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Rev Howard Finster

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Colescott and Ramos, paintings done as reactions to Willem De Kooning's Woman paintings



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a contemporary artist that also uses history as a "guide".
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Ode to Joy
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After Picasso

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Dem Tater Eaters, after Van Gogh

rc_ascension_150_l.jpg His last paintings became to my eye very expressive and fast, kind of like Monet's last paintings. You have to look close.
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Still figurative

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