Contributed by Sharon Butler / Thanks to the , anxiety was in the air at and the daily news, I sometimes wonder how managed to keep his famously narrow focus during World War II. But getting out to the fairs to look at art made during this historic moment relieved at least a little of my anxiety. Reconnecting with friends and colleagues was good for the spirit. Here is a selection of paintings that caught my eye.
, March 2–5, 2017, Skylight Clarkson North, 572 Washington Street, New York, NY.
2017: The fairs! The fairs!
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