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Maurice Golubov - Self Portrait 1934

“In a sense, his paintings can be read as visual equivalents of this integrity; in their never-ending interlocking of line and circle and arc and plane, they reaffirm the early 20th-century notion that the difficulties of modern existence are best handled – and, indeed, understood – through the difficulties of integration rather than the expediencies of separatism, artistic or political.”

— Gerrit Henry

Art: Maurice Golubov,  New York Times, July 24, 1981

Vivien Raynor

ARTnews Volume 78, Number 7, 1977

Gerrit Henry

From Russia With Golubov, New York Magazine, May 14 1979

John Ashbery
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