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Visual Arts

Revival of the Boston Expressionists

Back in time with Schwartz, Polonsky shows

By Greg Cook
Globe Correspondent / February 17, 2008

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In 1991, a year after his big retrospective at the Fuller Museum of Art, Henry Schwartz painted a series of small dark allegorical scenes mixing burlesque dancers, portraits of German intellectuals, crying women, and dense cities. Soon after, he would fall into a debilitating depression that he would not emerge from until early 2007. Those 1991 paintings, now being exhibited ... (Full article: 826 words)

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