Why is Brassai’s guy with the slicked back hair so infatuated with himself? What’s so compelling about Matisse’s striped chair? And isn’t there something missing in Manet’s very formal picnic scene? Kathy Grove cleverly presents us with our beloved paintings and photographs from the history of Western art, all with something missing.
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