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Any great story tends to focus on a limited number of characters, with everybody else either reduced to anonymity or the status of extras. In literary fiction or movies this is never a problem, but when the narrative is a historical one, it can lead to a certain amount of neglect and unfairness.

This can be demonstrated by the unjust obscurity that has enshrouded so many talented 20th-century artists who simply did not fit into the great iconoclastic avant-garde narrative of modern art, a story that now seems to have spent most of its energies.

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