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Once At Night



Once upon a time, I decided that I shall get out of the city without walking along the streets. I will have to walk over the city through courtyards, in order not to see facades, cars, people, and not to hear any sounds. Only now I have realized that it was not a tour, it was a finale. I was walking rather long from one courtyard into another and found myself in a wonderful small patio.  It was paved with glazed tiles, and there were: a playground, a not healthy boy, a nude woman, and a dog. I stood still. It was the last courtyard on my path. I did not see an exit any more.



Once upon a night, 1974

  Oil, Canvas; 34 x 38 in

Once upon a night, I decided that I shall get out of the city without walking along the streets. I will have to walk over the city through courtyards, in order not to see facades, cars, people, and not to hear any sounds. Only now I have realized that it was not a tour, it was a finale. I was walking rather long from one courtyard into another and found myself in a wonderful small patio.  It was paved with glazed tiles, and there were: a playground, a not healthy boy, a nude woman, and a dog. I stood still. It was the last courtyard on my path. I did not see an exit any more.