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Lucy Kent

depths or mystic infinity or God.’ 107 Philip Guston, who had been captivated by the mystical rhetoric of figures such as P. D. Ouspensky and Jiddu Krishnamurti in his youth, was similarly drawn to Zen philosophy in the 1950s. 108 Along with his close friends, the composers John Cage and Morton Feldman, he attended Suzuki’s classes on Zen at Columbia University and began making ink drawings with a dual-pronged bamboo quill. 109 Experiments in oil such as Painting No. 9 (1952) were soon to follow, with subtle daubs of colour

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