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On Wed, 15 Apr 1998 19:12:37 -0400 harvey96 (elwood p dowd)
>Oh dear me...this Van Gogh show sounds like another blockbuster. It is
>to see so many people interested in art (or are they?)... but it's
>like a herd of
>cattle trying to see the art over peoples heads and children
>I think the public is being shammed by these colossals ........ they
>around like a bull with a gold ring in his nose......told what to look
>what to like and what the "experts" tell them is "good" art. I was
>Picasso in NYC, I was their for Monet and Gaugain in Chicago..."been
>there, done that"
>Not sure I want to do it again, just to carry around a "Van Gogh"
>or another refrigerators magnet.....oh aren't we so vain ??? (as we
>fantastic fools of ourselves) ???
>On Wed, 15 Apr 1998 17:17:35 -0400 Joseph Augusta
>>mary bolyard wrote:
>>> There was an article in our newspaper that stated the Van Gogh show
>>will be in
>>> Washington D.C.
>>I visited the Van Gogh (BTW-his surname rhymes with ock as in clock)
>>museum in Amsterdam last year and I can tell you it's no big deal.
>>paintings were incredibly small and stuck behind a wall of glass so
>>wackos could slash them, and with all the people showing up for the
>>show, rather than the art...I may have wished for Janson's History of
>>world Art to really contemplate the pics. So... be forewarned....
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