By Joseph Horowitz
Arguing that the earlier can end up instructive and inspirational, Horowitz revisits 4 striking personalities—Henry Higginson, Laura Langford, Henry Krehbiel and Charles Ives—whose missionary paintings within the realm of tradition signaled a trust within the primary decency of civilized human nature, within the universality of ethical values, and in growth towards a nation of peace and love.
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