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The dull reality of landscape painting
--- In dialogue with painter Jon Schueler (on-going)
Loom Victoria by the shoreline of Skärhamn and the Nordic Watercolor Museum
"For the loom and its structure, rather than the weaver and his skills, dominate the images; the worker is reduced to an accessory of the monumental machine...almost lost in a dark cramped interior...the psychologically oppressed artist projects his identity and alienation into images of caged artists."
(Carol Zemel, Van Gogh´s Progress: Utopia, Modernity, and Late Nineteenth-Century Art)