Grabs me right by the heart strings
artbma-pdp:

Something about lithographs and shipwrecks get me every time, you?
Théodore Gudin (French, 1802‑1880)
Shipwreck on the Coast, c. 1822‑1829
Crayon lithograph with scraping
The Baltimore Museum of Art: The Baltimore Museum of Art, BMA 1947.283

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Grabs me right by the heart strings

artbma-pdp:

Something about lithographs and shipwrecks get me every time, you?

Théodore Gudin (French, 1802‑1880)

Shipwreck on the Coast, c. 1822‑1829

Crayon lithograph with scraping

The Baltimore Museum of Art: The Baltimore Museum of Art, BMA 1947.283

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Jimmie Durham in the catalogue essay for Marginal Recession by Edward Poitras (1991)