• His own face, as he observed the human carnival, was as inexpressive as his tongue, but his eye told him more than they could guess.

    NEWYORKER: The Limner

  • He seemed content with making a visual record, day after day, of that naked, statuary figure, of that slow, docile flesh, of that inexpressive face and those closed or, perhaps, fastidious eyes, of a knee bending or a breast tilting or a forefinger slowly removing a speck from a cheek.

    NEWYORKER: While the Women Are Sleeping

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