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Gordon Parks: An American Example of Brilliance in demonstrating Artistic Transcendence

A rare, non-snarky Essay (rather than one of my snarky Rants) about a brilliant American Master Artist that all who love and appreciate Art should be familiar with.

Children with Doll, Washington, D.C., 1942 | Credit: Photograph by Gordon Parks, Copyright: Courtesy of and copyright The Gordon Parks Foundation

The body of work by Gordon Parks is an important part of American Social and Political History. His contributions to a better understanding of poverty…




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