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Michael Kimmelman NYT review of Myron Stout

Art Reveiw The canvas, Stout wrote, came not from any remembered form of flowers or flower beds but from a tree outside the door, a tree that the thin foliage of the lower reaches allowed the rising branches to be seen, rising, yet moving sideways, toward each other. His small, spare, intimate abstractions can be seen at the Washburn Gallery, 20 West 57th St., Manhattan through June 29.

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