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From the Collection of Paul Duval (Online Auction)
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Artwork by  Canadian School, Untitled
Lot #41
CANADIAN SCHOOL
Untitled

alabaster sculpture
inscribed “LAR 82” on the underside
17 x 21 x 4.5 ins ( 43.2 x 53.3 x 11.4 cms ) ( overall )

Estimated: $700.00$500.00 - $700.00

Next bid is: $300.00

Closes January 28th at 03:00:00 PM EST

Artwork by John Godfrey, Cabinet of Curiosties
Lot #42
JOHN GODFREY
Cabinet of Curiosties

oil on canvas
signed lower right; dated “Sept 1973” on the reverse; unframed
42 x 48 ins ( 106.7 x 121.9 cms )

Estimated: $600.00$400.00 - $600.00

Next bid is: $100.00

Closes January 28th at 03:00:00 PM EST

Artwork by Kosso Eloul, Maquette for “Meeting Place”
Lot #43
KOSSO ELOUL
Maquette for “Meeting Place”

aluminum sculpture in two parts and book
signed, titled and dated 1983 (incised); inscribed “AP 2” and “to Paul fondly, Kosso”
(two pieces); sold with a copy of “Kosso 1964-1984” (Kosso Eloul, McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1984)
10.5 x 23 x 9 ins ( 26.7 x 58.4 x 22.9 cms ) ( overall )

Estimated: $6,000.00$4,000.00 - $6,000.00

Current bid: $2,500.00
Next bid is: $2,700.00

Closes January 28th at 03:00:00 PM EST

Artwork by Michael Thompson, Temptation
Lot #44
MICHAEL THOMPSON
Temptation

graphite on paper
signed, titled and dated 1983 in the lower margin; sold with a copy of “Michael Thompson, Recent Works November 3-21, 1984” (Gallery Moos Limited, Toronto, 1984)
23 x 26 ins ( 58.4 x 66 cms ) ( subject )

Estimated: $700.00$500.00 - $700.00

Current bid: $600.00
Next bid is: $650.00

Closes January 28th at 03:00:00 PM EST

Artwork by Robert Francis Michael McInnis, Portrait of a Man
Lot #45
ROBERT FRANCIS MICHAEL MCINNIS
Portrait of a Man

lithograph
signed and dated 1974 upper left, inscribed “12-12-1-74” lower left; unframed
18 x 13.5 ins ( 45.7 x 34.3 cms ) ( sheet )

Estimated: $150.00$100.00 - $150.00

Next bid is: $50.00

Closes January 28th at 03:00:00 PM EST

Artwork by Jack Nichols, Nude Study
Lot #46
JACK NICHOLS
Nude Study

ink on paper
signed lower left; titled on a gallery label on the reverse
19 x 11 ins ( 48.3 x 27.9 cms ) ( sight )

Estimated: $300.00$200.00 - $300.00

Next bid is: $50.00

Closes January 28th at 03:00:00 PM EST

Artwork by  Books and Reference, Paul Duval “Eric Freifeld”; “Pembroke Street” lithograph by Eric Freifeld
Lot #47
BOOKS AND REFERENCE
Paul Duval “Eric Freifeld”; “Pembroke Street” lithograph by Eric Freifeld

book with lithograph
Paul Duval, “Eric Freifeld”, Yaneff Gallery, Toronto, 1977; includes “Pembroke Street” (lithograph, signed, titled, dated 1977 and numbered 25/25 in the lower margin, 11.75 x 13.25 ins (sheet size)); enclosed in hard cover; unframed

11.75 x 13.25 ins ( 29.8 x 33.7 cms ) ( sheet size )

Estimated: $250.00$150.00 - $250.00

Current bid: $75.00
Next bid is: $100.00

Closes January 28th at 03:00:00 PM EST

Artwork by  Books and Reference, Selection of Eleven Reference Books
Lot #48
BOOKS AND REFERENCE
Selection of Eleven Reference Books

eleven books and magazines
“Canada: A Year of the Land” (National Film Board, 1967, housed in slipcase);
“Between Friends/ Entre Amis” (National Film Board of Canada, 1976, housed in slipcase);
“The Canadian Poster Book: 100 Years of the Poster In Canada” (Robert Stacey, 1979)
“A Man and his Music: An Anthology of the Musical Career of the Most Exciting Entertainer of our Time” (Records housed in unopened information slipcase);
“Sam Snead’s Quick Way to Better Golf” (Sun Dial Press, 1938)
“Ces visages qui sont un pays: recueillis par des photographes du Canada” (National Film Bureau, 1968);
“13th Annual of Advertising and Editorial Art” (Art Directors Club Toronto, 1961);
“Hamilton’s Movie: Bilitis” (Swan Productions, 1977);
“Portraits: The Portrait in Contemporary photography” (Peter Weiermaier, 1994);
“The Nude in Photography” (Arthur Goldsmith, 1975);
“Perfect Nude Photography” (Michael Gnade, 1984);
“Brigitte Bardot and the Lolita Syndrome (Simone de Beauvoir, 1960)
x ins ( 0 x 0 cms )

Estimated: $300.00$200.00 - $300.00

Current bid: $75.00
Next bid is: $100.00

Closes January 28th at 03:00:00 PM EST

Artwork by  Books and Reference, Eleven Artist Handbooks
Lot #49
BOOKS AND REFERENCE
Eleven Artist Handbooks

eleven books
“Painters’ Idiom” (R.W. Alston, 1954);
“Infernal Methods: A Study of William Blake’s Techniques” (Raymond Lister, 1975);
”The Human Figure” (J.H. Vanderpoel, 1915);
“The Illustrator’s Handbook” (Stan Smith and Professor H.F. Ten Holt, 1984);
“The Designer’s Handbooks” (Stan Smith and Professor H.F. Ten Holt, 1984);
“The North Light Handbook of Artists’ Materials” (Ian Hebblewhite, 1986);
“Painting with Acrylics” (José Gutiérrez, n.d.);
“The Mastery of Alla Prima Painting” (Frederic Taubes, 1980);
“The Art of Sumi-E: Appreciation Techniques and Application” (Shozo Sate, 1984);
“Painting Techniques: The Methods and Materials of Painting” (Ludvik Losos, 1987; “Lithography: A Complete Guide” (Mary Ann Wenniger, 1983)
x ins ( 0 x 0 cms )

Estimated: $300.00$200.00 - $300.00

Current bid: $75.00
Next bid is: $100.00

Closes January 28th at 03:00:00 PM EST

Artwork by  Books and Reference, Selection of Eleven Artist Handbooks
Lot #50
BOOKS AND REFERENCE
Selection of Eleven Artist Handbooks

eleven books
“Illumination for Modern Calligraphers” (Christopher Jarman, 1988);
“Mosaics” (Robert Williamson, 1963);
“The Secret Formulas and Techniques of the Masters” (Jacques MaRoger, 1948);
“Artist’ Pigments c. 1600-1835” (R.D. Harley, 1970);
“Sculptural Handwriting” (Vojtēch Volavka, 1955);
“The 26 Letters: A History of the Alphabet from its Beginnings to the Present” (Oscar Ogg, 1983);
“Oil Painting: Traditional and New” (Leonard Brooks, 1959);
“Techniques of Drawing and Painting Wildlife” (Fredric Sweney, 1959);
“Lithography and Silkscreen: Art and Technique” (Fritz Eichenberg, 1978);
“Wax as an Art Form” (Thelma R. Newman, 1966);
“Painting and Printmaking with Rollers” (F.H. Stonham, 1972)
x ins ( 0 x 0 cms )

Estimated: $300.00$200.00 - $300.00

Current bid: $75.00
Next bid is: $100.00

Closes January 28th at 03:00:00 PM EST

Artwork by John Godfrey, Paris
Lot #51
JOHN GODFREY
Paris

oil on canvas
signed lower left; titled and dated “April 1974” on the reverse
21 x 25.5 ins ( 53.3 x 64.8 cms )

Estimated: $500.00$300.00 - $500.00

Current bid: $75.00
Next bid is: $100.00

Closes January 28th at 03:15:00 PM EST

Artwork by Paul Duval, Valley Landscape
Lot #52
PAUL DUVAL
Valley Landscape

oil on canvas
16 x 20 ins ( 40.6 x 50.8 cms )

Estimated: $700.00$500.00 - $700.00

Current bid: $50.00
Next bid is: $75.00

Closes January 28th at 03:15:00 PM EST

Artwork by Norman Laliberté, Untitled (Still Life)
Lot #53
NORMAN LALIBERTÉ
Untitled (Still Life)

colour etching
signed and inscribed “To Paul Duval in Gratitude” in the lower margin; unframed
47.5 x 31.25 ins ( 120.7 x 79.4 cms ) ( sheet )

Estimated: $300.00$200.00 - $300.00

Current bid: $50.00
Next bid is: $75.00

Closes January 28th at 03:15:00 PM EST

Artwork by Alistair Macready Bell, The Thames from Tower Bridge
Lot #54
ALISTAIR MACREADY BELL
The Thames from Tower Bridge

colour etching
signed, titled and numbered 14/35 in the lower margin
14 x 19.75 ins ( 35.6 x 50.2 cms ) ( plate size )

Estimated: $200.00$100.00 - $200.00

Current bid: $100.00
Next bid is: $125.00

Closes January 28th at 03:15:00 PM EST

Artwork by  Books and Reference, Sixteen Print and Printmaking Reference Books
Lot #55
BOOKS AND REFERENCE
Sixteen Print and Printmaking Reference Books

sixteen books
“Practical Notes on Etching” (R.S. Chattock, 1883);
“Monoprints for the artist” (Roger Marsh, 1969);
“Printmakers at Riverside” (The Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery and Anne McPherson, 1995);
“Walter J. Phillips” (Associated American Artists, 1988);
“Etching Methods and Materials: A Description of a New and Simplified Technique” (Wilson Silsby, 1943);
“Silkscreen Techniques” (J.I. Biegeleisen and Max Arthur Cohn, 1958);
“Curatorial Care of Works of Art on Paper” (Anne F. Clapp, 1987);
“A Complete Course of Lithography” (Alois Senefelder, 1977);
“New Ways of Gravure” (Stanley William Hayter, 1981);
“The Prints of Carl Schaefer” (Andrew J. Oko, n.d.);
“Leonard Hutchinson, People’s Artist: Ten Years of Struggle, 1930-1940” (Lynn Hutchinson Brown, 1975);
“The Society of Canadian Painter-Etchers and Engravers in Retrospect” (Art Gallery of Hamilton, 1981);
“Images of the Land Canadian Block Prints 1919-1945” (Patricia Ainslie, 1984);
“Reflections in a Quiet Pool: The Prints of David Milne” (National Gallery of Canada, 1980);
“Canadian Drawings and Prints” (Paul Duval, 1952);
“The Tranquility and the Turbulence” (Roger H. Boulet, 1981);
sold with “A Folio of Original Reproductions” (including Aba Bayefsky, W.J.B. Newcombe, J.A. Hall C. F. Schaefer, W.A. Ogilvie) and J.E.H. MacDonald “Beaver Pond, Algoma” reproduction
x ins ( 0 x 0 cms )

Estimated: $300.00$200.00 - $300.00

Current bid: $175.00
Next bid is: $200.00

Closes January 28th at 03:15:00 PM EST

Artwork by  Books and Reference, Fourteen Canadian Art Exhibition Books and Catalogues
Lot #56
BOOKS AND REFERENCE
Fourteen Canadian Art Exhibition Books and Catalogues

fourteen books and catalogues
“Art Gallery of Ontario, the canadian collection” (Art Gallery of Ontario, 1970);
“The Act of Transformation” (The Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, 1992);
“Victorian Painting in the Beaverbrook Art Gallery” (Kim Sloan, 1989);
“Everyman’s Canada: Paintings and Drawings from the McCord Museum of McGill University” (The National Gallery of Canada, 1962);
“Art Gallery of Hamilton Handbook, Art Gallery of Hamilton, 1964);
“Eightytwenty, 100 Years of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design” (Robert Stacey and Liz Wylie, 1988);
“Contemporary Outdoor Sculpture at the Guild” (Sorel Etrog, 1982);
“Vincent Massey Bequest The Canadian Paintings” (National Gallery of Canada, 1968);
“The Hart House Collection of Canadian Paintings” (Jeremy Adamson, 1969);
“Toronto in Print: A Celebration of 200 Years of the Printing Press in Toronto, 1798-1998” (University of Toronto 1998);
“In Honour of Our Friends, A Celebration of Gifts to the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library 1995-1998” (University of Toronto, 1999);
“Cooper & Beatty Designers with Type: An Exhibition” (University of Toronto, 1996);
“Un autre XIX siècle Peintures et sculptures de la collection de M. et Mme Joseph M. Tanenbaum” (National Gallery of Canada, 1978);
“Artwork on Toronto” (Blantye Books, 1984);
with J.E.H. MacDonald “Beaver Pond, Algoma” reproduction print
x ins ( 0 x 0 cms )

Estimated: $500.00$300.00 - $500.00

Current bid: $100.00
Next bid is: $125.00

Closes January 28th at 03:15:00 PM EST

Artwork by  Books and Reference, Nine Reference Books & Journals of Canadian and International Art
Lot #57
BOOKS AND REFERENCE
Nine Reference Books & Journals of Canadian and International Art

reference books and journals
“Newlyn Society of Artists” (Goldfish Contemporary Fine Art, 2006);
“Masters of Graphic Art: Goya to Henry Moore” (Fischer Fine Art Limited, 1974);
“Universe of Art II” (Fischer Fine Art Limited, 1972);
“Art News: 150 Years of Photography” (Art News, April 1989);
“Art in America: Guide to Museums, Galleries, Artists: Source to the U.S. Art World” (Art in America, 1998-1999);
“Vlaminck au musée du Luxembourg” (Beaux Arts éditions, 2008);
“Artscanada” (Spring 1972);
“Art News Annual” (Volume XLIV, 1945);
“The Burlington Magazine” (November 1972)
x ins ( 0 x 0 cms )

Estimated: $300.00$200.00 - $300.00

Current bid: $50.00
Next bid is: $75.00

Closes January 28th at 03:15:00 PM EST

Artwork by  Books and Reference, Forty Miscellaneous Artist Exhibition Catalogues
Lot #58
BOOKS AND REFERENCE
Forty Miscellaneous Artist Exhibition Catalogues

forty catalogues
“Collection 2003-2004” (Galerie Lacroix, 2003);
“Charles Comfort Paintings and Watercolours of the 1920s and ‘30s” (Laing Galleries, 1969);
“Alan C. Collier” (Robert McLaughlin Gallery, 1971):
“Fritz Brandtner 1896-1969” (Sir George Williams University, 1971-2);
“Walter Bachinski” (Mount Saint Vincent University, 1972);
“Bertram Brooker 1888-1955” (The Morris Gallery, 1971);
Borduas et les automatistes Montreal 1942-1955” (Museè des Quèbec, 1971);
“Jack Bush The Decade of Discovery 1952-1962” (Miriam Shiell Fine Art, 1996);
“William Blair Bruce 1859-1906” (The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, 1975);
Four copies of “Borduas and Other Rebels” (Galerie Dresdnere, 1988);
“Canadian Art 70, Vol. XVII, No. 5., September 1960”;
“Aba Bayefsky Paintings, Drawings and Graphics, 2006 exhibition poster”;
“William Henry Clapp” (Lake Gallery, n.d.);
“Jack Bush: Paintings and Drawings 1955-1976” (Arts Council of Great Britain, 1980);
“Caroline and Frank Armington” (Montreal Print Collections Society, n.d.);
“Francois Beaudry Dominion Galerie Invitation, 1990”
Six copies of “Bachinski: A Decade” (Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, 1976);
“Marcel Barbeau works from 1957-1989” (Kaspar Gallery, 1989);
“Chester’s Barn” (Lindee Climo, 1983);
“Casson Retrospective” (McMaster University Art Gallery, 1971);
“Alex Colville” (Marlborough Fine Art, 1970);
“A.J. Casson” (Gray, Rand, Steen, 1976);
“Alex Colville” (Fisher Fine Art Limited, n.d.);
“Alex Colville” (Banfer Gallery, 1963);
“The Stuff Dreams Are Made of: The Art and Design of Frederick and Louise Coates” (University of Toronto Library, 1997);
“Paul-Emile Borduas 1905-1960” (The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, 1962);
Four copies of “François Beaudry” (Galerie Dominion, 1990);
Three copies of “Miller Brittain Retrospective” (Galerie Dresdnere, 1975);

x ins ( 0 x 0 cms )

Estimated: $500.00$300.00 - $500.00

Current bid: $325.00
Next bid is: $350.00

Closes January 28th at 03:15:00 PM EST

Artwork by  Books and Reference, A Selection of Thirty Exhibition Catalogues
Lot #59
BOOKS AND REFERENCE
A Selection of Thirty Exhibition Catalogues

thirty catalogues
“Canadian Group of Painters” (The Art Gallery of Toronto 1947, The Art Association, Montreal, 1948);
“81st Annual Spring Exhibition” (Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, 1964);
“Catalogue of an Exhibition” (Art Gallery of Toronto, 1930);
“Catalogue of an Exhibition of Paintings by Canadian Group of Painters” (Art Gallery of Toronto, 1933);
“An Exhibition of Paintings by the Canadian Group of Painters” (Art Gallery of Toronto, 1936);
“Canadian Group of Painters” (Art Gallery of Toronto, Vancouver Art Gallery, 1956-1957);
“Canadian Group of Painters” (Art Gallery of Toronto, 1937, Art Association of Montreal, 1938);
“Royal Canadian Academy of Arts: 76th Annual Exhibition” (Art Gallery of Toronto, 1955-1956);
“Canadian Group of Painters” (Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, 1967);
“Catalogue of the 58th Annual Exhibition of the Ontario Society of Artists” (Art Gallery of Toronto, 1930);
“Exhibition of Canadian Painting” (National Gallery of Canada, 1953);
“Ontario Society of Artists: 83rd Annual Exhibition” (Art Gallery of Toronto, 1955);
“Exhibition of the Canadian Group of Painters” (Art Gallery of Toronto, 1954, traveled) - 4 copies;
“Royal Canadian Academy of Arts: 83rd Annual Exhibition” (Art Gallery of Toronto, 1963, traveled);
“Royal Canadian Academy of Arts: 75th Annual Exhibition” (Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, 1954);
“90th Annual Exhibition of the Ontario Society of Artists” (Art Gallery of Toronto, 1962);
“5th Biennial Exhibition of Canadian Painting” (National Gallery of Canada, 1963);
“46th Annual Exhibition of the Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour (London Library and Art Museum, 1971, traveled);
“Ontario Society of Artists” (1996);
“Canadian Group of Painters” (Art Gallery of Toronto, 1959) - 2 copies;
“Canadian Group of Painters” (Vancouver Art Gallery of Toronto, 1961);
“Canadian Group of Painters” (Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, 1963-64);
“Canadian Group of Painters” (Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, 1965);
“Canadian Group of Painters” (Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, 1960);
“Canadian Group of Painters” (Art Gallery of Toronto, 1962)
x ins ( 0 x 0 cms )

Estimated: $500.00$300.00 - $500.00

Current bid: $275.00
Next bid is: $300.00

Closes January 28th at 03:15:00 PM EST

Artwork by  Books and Reference, Twelve Reference Books and Catalogues on Canadian Abstraction
Lot #60
BOOKS AND REFERENCE
Twelve Reference Books and Catalogues on Canadian Abstraction

books and catalogues
“Ray Mead: New Paintings” (Waddington and Shiell Galleries Ltd., 1988);
“John Meredith: A Retrospective” (Kaspar Gallery, 1991);
“John Meredith: New Paintings” (The Isaacs Gallery, 1980);
“Origins of Abstraction in Ontario: The Abstracts at Home Show 1953” (The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, 1992);
“A Disquisition on Abstract Painting” (Rous and Mann, 1954);
“Alexandra Luke” (The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, n.d.);
“Tom Hodgson: Creativity Is Change” (Merton Gallery, n.d., signed by Tom Hodgson on inside cover);
“Alfred Pellan” (The National Gallery of Canada, 1960);
“Jock MacDonald: The Inner Landscape: A Retrospective Exhibition” (The Art Gallery of Ontario, 1981);
“G. Iskowitz: An Exhibition of Rare Paintings from the 1960’s and 1970’s” (Miriam Shiell, 2008);
“Gershon Iskowitz: Paintings from the 1980’s” (Miriam Shiell, 2006);
“The Cahén Archives” (collection of publications on Oscar Cahén bound by the artists estate, 2006 with a note writted to to Paul Duval, signed by Michael Cahén);
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Estimated: $300.00$200.00 - $300.00

Current bid: $175.00
Next bid is: $200.00

Closes January 28th at 03:15:00 PM EST

From the Collection of Paul Duval

Bidding Opens  

Tuesday, January 21st at 10:00 am EST

Bidding Closes 

Tuesday, January 28th beginning at 2:00 pm EST


Previews (January 14th to 28th)

Weekdays: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Saturday, January 25th: 11:00 am to 5:00 pm

Paul Duval, a familiar and respected figure in Canadian art, championed Canadian artists for more than half a century. Mr. Duval advocated for and supported the Group of Seven, Quebec’s avant-garde Automatistes and brought attention to Vancouver’s Jack Shadbolt, Toronto’s Ronald York Wilson, female impressionist painter Helen McNicoll and realist Ken Danby.

 

An art editor for "Saturday Night" magazine, host of CBC Radio’s "The Lively Arts" and art critic for "The Telegram," he shared his vast knowledge of art with the public. Mr. Duval also produced numerous tomes on Canadian art which are still highly regarded to this day.

 

Born in 1922 in Toronto, Paul’s first ambition was to be a painter. As a young boy, he sketched farm houses in Hoggs Hollow, the late afternoon sun in High Park, Sunnyside at night, the enormous chimneys of the Don Valley Brickworks. When he was 8, he was one of two children chosen from his school to attend Arthur Lismer’s Saturday morning classes at the Art Gallery of Toronto (now Ontario). At 11, he started high school at Central Tech to study art. In his early teens, Paul left home and took refuge in the office of the Canadian Forum, which had reproduced some of his drawings. Eventually he changed his name from Droy to Duval. He soon found work designing booths for the Canadian National Exhibition and, later, for Eaton’s College Street store.

 

As a boy, Paul idolized Robert Louis Stevenson and wanted to be a writer like him. He continued to paint and exhibit his work into his 20s but writing became his living. His first writing job was as a book reviewer for the Globe and Mail. Then, in 1944, he was hired as the art editor for Saturday Night, a job he held for over 20 years. He used Saturday Night’s national platform to bring attention to artists from coast to coast. He also served as the art critic for the Toronto Telegram for 8 years.

 

Paul formed lifetime friendships with many of the artists he wrote about in countless exhibition catalogues, including the first for the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, and over 30 books on Canadian art. He organized exhibitions and was instrumental in building a number of important public and private collections. He put Canadian art on the map at a time when we did not see ourselves as having artistic originality and authenticity. He documented Canadian painting so that we would have a body of work that reflected our own internal and external landscapes.


From the late 1950s, Mr. Duval took up residence in the Studio Building in Toronto. The Studio Building was built in 1914 for members of the Group of Seven, a fitting residence for a man who so supported the artists and their achievements. He also was the co-founder of the Canadian Section of the International Association of Art Critics in 1957.

 

As many have said of Mr. Duval, including both friends and colleagues in the art community, he had the uncanny ability to make the art world accessible to all through his writing, providing a window into the flourishing world of Canadian art. As a gifted painter himself, his expertise was based upon a thorough and deep understanding of art. Recognized as one of Canada’s foremost art experts and critics, Mr. Duval prided himself on his art discoveries and sought to provide Canadians with some sense of a tradition of their own.

 

Cowley Abbott is delighted to offer this collection of paintings, prints and sculpture, as well as books from the personal collection of Paul Duval. These works and items surrounded Mr. Duval during his life in the Studio Building, a source of joy, inspiration and reference for the celebrated cultural figure.

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