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An Unlikely Modernist

Sometimes radicalism in art takes unlikely forms. When he painted , a genteel scene filled with parasols and white summer dresses, Maurice Prendergast (1858–1924) was among the most avant-garde artists in America. In contrast to the naturalism of watercolor painting in the previous century, Prendergast’s densely populated landscapes are presented as flat patterns, animated by flickering spots of color. The modernism

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