“La Infanta II” (left; 2014, acrylic on canvas, 4 panels, 60 x 32” each) and “Night Fishing at Mom’s” (2015; acrylic, fishing line, fish hooks on canvas; 3 panels, 60 x 48 inches each).
“La Infanta II” (left; 2014, acrylic on canvas, 4 panels, 60 x 32” each) and “Night Fishing at Mom’s” (2015; acrylic, fishing line, fish hooks on canvas; 3 panels, 60 x 48 inches each). Courtesy of Les Yeux du Monde; photo by Mark Leach
“La Infanta II” (left; 2014, acrylic on canvas, 4 panels, 60 x 32” each) and “Night Fishing at Mom’s” (2015; acrylic, fishing line, fish hooks on canvas; 3 panels, 60 x 48 inches each). Courtesy of Les Yeux du Monde; photo by Mark Leach

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