Random Inspiration: Margaret Bernadine Hall

by Matthew Innis |

  It is not uncommon for a talented artist, no matter how extensive his or her oeuvre, to become primarily associated with only a single one of their creations.  The artist may have many recognizable works, but there is a single piece that has become idiomatic, and whenever that artist is mentioned, everyone pictures that…

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