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    Author(s): John Zasada
    Date: 2001
    Source: Minnesota Better Forests. Vol. 5. no. 4.:p. 16-17. (2001)
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: North Central Research Station
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    Description

    In art galleries, one often studies a painting from various angles and distances, seeking to discover all that is possible about the method and style of the artist and what the artist is trying to communicate. In other words the observer is trying to detremine "what is behind the painting."

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    Citation

    Zasada, John. 2001. What''s Behind A Painting?. Minnesota Better Forests. Vol. 5. no. 4.:p. 16-17. (2001)

    Keywords

    painting, artist, woodworking

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