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At the peak of his physical abilities the heavyweight champion of the world committed what many perceived as career suicide. At the height of the Vietnam War, Ali claimed conscientious objector status, refusing to be inducted into the US Army...
How did a man who in many ways personified the caricature of a tortured artist, who sold only one painting in his lifetime, and who committed suicide at age thirty-seven become one of our era’s most admired painters?
A contributing artist and columnist for Plough Quarterly, Landsel reflects on the life of his friend, Larry Mason, a Vietnam vereran, graduate of the streets of New York City, and a brother in the Bruderhof comunity.
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