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Often imitated, Twombly was a true original whose work answered only to what he required of his art. His was an intellect that combined literature with art, and the words almost became music on his canvases. To stand before one of his huge paintings, like his works in the Corcoran in Washington, is an extraordinary experience.

http://artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/07/05/cy-twombly-idiosyncratic-painter…

http://www.cytwombly.info/twombly_gallery.htm

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