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February 4, 2010 - Issue 361

Art: Dreaded Medusa

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Dreaded Medusa
By Larry Richardson


48”x 48” acrylic on canvas

Larry Richardson ~ Artist

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Stanford University will have this painting from February 19th 2010 to April 15th 2010

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Artist Statement: Medusa has been depicted by many artists in many ways. Caravaggio’s painting in 1556 was a frightful screaming image. The Medusa marble by Rondanini is very bold. I do not consider her a symbol of female rage but rather strength and beauty.


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