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paranoiac-critical

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  • The acrylic paintings are in a semi-realistic style and range from an almost photographic portrayal of Martin Luther King Jr with a faint suggestion of a halo to a Dalíesque paranoiac-critical method approach to Sitting Bull, where the ambiguous image can be interpreted as a landscape with animals or the face of Custer's great adversary.

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  • As I always say, you can't beat a fine example of instantaneous paranoiac-critical hallucination-driven art.

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  • Salvador Dalí, the Spanish Surrealist painter, arrived at the startling images of his most productive period - between 1929 and 1937 - using what he called the "paranoiac-critical method."

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  • A “stew”, its author calls it, and so it is: a paranoiac-critical gallimaufry.”

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