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Maurice Golubov - Self Portrait 1934

“Mr. Golubov acknowledges learning much from Rembrandt, Rubens, Titian and Cezanne, but says that he obtained only confirmation of his own ideas from the newer masters – Picasso, Kandinsky and others. As a result of early exposure to the cabala and later studies of transcendental philosophy, the artist was already experimenting with abstraction, which he calls his ‘personal realism.'”

— Vivien Raynor

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