This painting by Hyman Bloom (1913-2009), one of the most compelling artists to have emerged from Boston in the 20th century, and it hangs in the Worcester Art Museum. Painted in 1952, it shows a human body with its viscera exposed, but expresses Bloom’s spiritualism.
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