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In Always Looking, John Updike examines American painting and suggests that ‘Surrealism is the natural instinctive pictorial mode’. One of his examples is the landscape by Alexander Hogue called Erosion No 2 – Mother Earth laid Bare (1936), painted as a vast billowing maternal nude.
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