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Worth a Thousand Words: The Red Horses

Franz Marc, The Red Horses, 1911 I came across this painting and loved it immediately. Then I thought maybe I'd featured it before. It certainly seemed familiar. Of course it did. I hadn't featured it but a kissin' cousin by the same artist back in January. Obviously this is a look that grabs me!
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