|The Village Choir, ca. 1900, Anton Ažbe, seen here heavily damaged|
by an inept attempt to restore it.
|Though not a dwarf, Anton Ažbe was small in stature.|
|Works such as these landed Azbe a job "grading papers"|
|Ažbe was not a prolific painter. He preferred teaching to producing|
great works, except in his mine (where most of them stayed).
|Kandinsky was a student of Anton Azbe. As a result, he |
came to despise drawing figures (and seldom did).
|Drawing at the morgue--at least dead models seldom moved.|