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Art and Images in Psychiatry
March 2007

The Agnew Clinic

Author Affiliations
 

JAMES C.HARRISMD

Arch Gen Psychiatry. 2007;64(3):270-271. doi:10.1001/archpsyc.64.3.270

I doubt whether [Eakins] is a prolific worker or works with an idea of making money. . . . He seemed to me much more like an inventor working [out] curious & interesting problems for himself than an average artist. . . . 

Art critic Marianna Griswold van Rensselaer to S. R. Kohler, June 12, 18811(p xi)

It seems to me that no one should work in a life class who thinks it is wrong to undress if needful. . . . I never in my life seduced a girl, nor tried to, but what else can people think of all this rage and insanity? . . . so much smoke for so little fire.

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