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Official Kentucky Derby artist draws on his imagination

Brookline artist Misha Lenn with the works he created for the Kentucky Derby. Lenn, who immigrated from Russia in 1990, had many lean years before his art got noticed. Brookline artist Misha Lenn with the works he created for the Kentucky Derby. Lenn, who immigrated from Russia in 1990, had many lean years before his art got noticed. (DAVID KAMERMAN/GLOBE STAFF)
By Julie Masis
Globe Correspondent / May 6, 2007

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Watercolor painter Misha Lenn, 44, who immigrated to the United States from St. Petersburg in 1990, admits he does not know how to ride a horse. He has been on horseback twice in his life: as an 8-year-old boy and, more recently, on a trip to Jamaica. (Full article: 384 words)

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