The Cloth painting by Mark Mulleian
The Cloth
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The Cloth
Inside, sundry lovers of art scrutinize the Mulleian paintings. A tall Swede with an unruly shock
of straw-colored hair fumbles in his vest pocket, never once taking his eyes off a starkly beautiful painting called "The Cloth." Pulling out a magnifying glass, he intently examines the phenomenal folds of dazzling white cloth hanging against a black "void." The lush folds seem bathed in celestial light, and the rust-colored stains of blood near the tattered bottom speak somberly of the suffering and death of Christ. Segment from
"PORTRAIT OF A MAN AS A YOUNG ARTIST" by Stanley Medders, noted American writer. To read more go to biography page.