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landscapedominated by a farmor farmland.
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Philadelphia Museum of Art For drawings, such as this farmscape, James Castle would use soot and saliva for ink.
Waits is sitting in the back room of a roadhouse near his home town of Santa Rosa, where the industrialised farmscape north of San Francisco starts becoming wine country.
Her powerful piece, titled "Seeds," includes the parable "The Sower and the Seed" from the Gospel of Mark, entwined with a furrowed farmscape.
There are also recent acquisitions and promised gifts to admire: a sulfurous early farmscape by Mondrian; a shimmering Bonnard still life from 1926; a blocky, abstract sculpture in cast plaster by Georges Vantongerloo, also from 1926; and Magritte's enigmatic "White Race," from 1937, which dissects a female bather, evoking both Picasso's monstrous paintings of Olga and his pneumatic treatments of Marie-Thérèse Walter.