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  • s  bursting into flower

  • Jules Fisher's lighting, like the hand of a master painter, seems to turn those same bod ies into efflorescent still lifes even when they are in dynamic motion.
  • When painting was required to be thin, linear and efflorescent, Kossoff stuck to delving into the images and people around him and the memories within.
  • It is there amid the language with its efflorescent or bloody metaphors that Arabs, unexpectedly enough, resemble Americans.

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