No. 110. Making Tracks. He painted when he could, but he was occupied most of the time with the development of his personal agitprop Art Train--by which he was going to take his work to the far corners of the world, to wherever there were railroad tracks. The task was Herculean, and he often grew weary in the face of his own ambitions. Tracks, real and imaginary--which would carry his own Twenty-First Century Limited--stretched out in every direction from where he stood, heading off towards an unknowable future.

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