… paintings laced freedom and talent yet he had such passion for it that he never gave up.
His letter to his brother expressed his frustration with his artwork. He wrote:
¡§…i have started doing some thing with clay and have found a bit of encouragement from my teacher. my drawing i will tell you frankly is rotten it seems to lack freedom and rythem it is cold and lifeless. it isn¡¦t worth the postage to send it… the truthof it is i have never really gotten down to real work and finish a piece i usually get disgusted with …
… of the 20th century. However, at this point, he was already dead.
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