Hale, Nancy
October 1968
New Yorker;10/12/1968, Vol. 44 Issue 34, p175
The author profiles his aunt who is an artist. The aunt was able to build an art studio and filled it with possessions despite having just little money. She studied painting under artist Carolus Duran in Paris, France and made money from etchings. Her fascination to gardening occasionally results to broken wrist and mild injuries.


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