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Margaret Grimes on Ruth Miller

Margaret Grimes writes about the paintings of Ruth Miller.

Grimes observes: ” in Miller’s work, the whole is more than the sum of its parts. The deliberate nostalgia of the still life objects – none manufactured later than the 1930’s – the autumnal harvest vegetables with their rich, dark colors or highly saturated ones, the sensuous brush work, the mysterious and almost erotic light, have a tender and profound poignancy and power, reminding us of the beauty of life: immediate, fleeting, and unrestorable.”

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