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ANDRE GOY

The Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania
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Leaving/Living oil on linen 100 x 40 inches 1995 (The third panel of this tryptich is on display at the Arthur Ross Gallery through 8/25/96.)

My mother was diagnosed in 1981 with Stage IV ovarian cancer. This was, of course, a major issue in my life, and medical pictures were among the first ones that came to my mind when I started to paint three years ago.

Guardian Angel oil on linen 30 x 40 inches 1995

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