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Going Postal

Henri Rousseau painted his amazing jungle scenes while working  as a tax collector in Paris. Herb Vogel worked as a postal clerk and his wife, Dorothy, worked as a librarian as they managed to build an impressive art collection. Labyrinth … Continue reading

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The Unexamined Wife

Why yet another book on the painter Paul Cezanne-one of the “heroes” of modernism?  Because there are 24 oil portraits he painted of his wife, Hortense, that have barely been examined. Labyrinth Books, 122 Nassau St., Princeton, is hosting the … Continue reading

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Artists’ Stories

Labyrinth Books, 122 Nassau St. Princeton, will be screening Art:21  – Stories: C. Atlas, K. Walker, K. Smith, Do-Ho Suh, T. Doyle Hancock, narrated by filmmaker John Waters, on Nov. 19, 7 p.m.  This episode is on stories and art. … Continue reading

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