The inestimable Tina Chow - five lines to sum up a living sculpture of porcelain perfection: delicacy and strength, courage and character, soigné, taste, humor, wisdom endurance, lissome grace and deep beauty ... a petunia in an onion patch .... And my lifelong frustration for never having followed through on our plans for a T.C. portrait, postponed and postponed too long.
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