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Annie Truxell - Gallery 5: 1960s & 70s - part 1

"... Done in Persian miniature detail, the paintings are a merging of what appear to be inner states - glimpses of Blakeian nightmare visions. Color is dense and subdued, placing a curious pressure on themes redolent with the phantasmagoric. But for all their haunted and haunting eeriness, Truxell's small canvases contain both discipline and thought."
- John Gruen, SoHo Weekly News - January 2, 1974

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"At Last We Found Each Other" by Annie Truxell   "Back To Moscow" by Annie Truxell   "Scheming" by Annie Truxell   "When I Woke Up, The World Seemed Different" by Annie Truxell
"At Last We Found Each Other"
1970s
  "Back To Moscow"
1970s
  "Scheming"
1970s
  "When I Woke Up, The World Seemed Different"
1970s
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"How Did He Find Us?" by Annie Truxell   "Turning Monument" by Annie Truxell   "Shoot Me" by Annie Truxell   "Oracle" by Annie Truxell
"How Did He Find Us?"
1970s
  "The Turning Monument"
1970s
  "Shoot Me"
1970s
  "Oracle"
1970s
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"Showtime" by Annie Truxell   "War" by Annie Truxell   "They Lost Their Teapot Because They Forgot They Were Living In It" by Annie Truxell   "He Hasn't Caught Anything All Day" by Annie Truxell
"Showtime"
1970s
  "War"
1970s
  "They Lost Their Teapot Because They Forgot They Were Living In It"
1970s
  "He Hasn't Caught Anything All Day"
1970s
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