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Published January 04, 2012, 12:00 AM

1936 painting

A 1936 painting by rural abstractionist expressionist and North Dakota-born artist Clyfford Still appears to show a transition to abstraction, and depicts the relationship of man and farm implements, with an emphasis on the man’s muscles and rib cage and the parts of the farm equipment. Photo credit: Peter Harholdt/Clyfford Still Museum Collection/Clyfford Still Estate

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