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By Patricia B. Santora, Margaret L. Dowell, Jack E. Henningfield

Habit to alcohol, tobacco, and different medicinal drugs is without doubt one of the significant public health and wellbeing problems with our time. It bills for one in all each 5 deaths within the usa and prices nearly one-half trillion cash in line with yr in well-being care charges and misplaced productiveness. Its human charges are untold and maybe uncountable. habit and paintings places a human face on dependancy during the inventive paintings of people who've been touched by means of it. The paintings incorporated the following provides certain tales approximately dependancy. Many items are stark representations of existence at the part. Others are anxious contemplations of lifestyles, that means, and dying. a few even replicate the attract of dependancy and a passion for substance abuse. A panel of dependancy scientists, artists, and execs from the artwork global chosen the sixty one items incorporated right here from greater than 1,000 submissions. followed by means of a written assertion from the artist, every one production is emblematic of the harmful energy of dependancy and the regenerative energy of restoration. wonderful and sometimes unsettling, this detailed portfolio unearths habit artwork as a robust supplement to habit technological know-how.

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15 If Brown, raised a Quaker in Philadelphia, seems on the surface to have little in common with Cole, one solid link connects them. William Dunlap, Brown's friend and first biographer, was also the author of an important early biography and critical assessment of Cole, based in part on information obtained directly from the artist. It is conceivable that Cole, a voracious reader, knew Brown's work. I do not want to suggest that Cole sought somehow in his paintings to give visual expression to the writer's gothic vision.

The other ( r 82 7; New York State Historical Association, Cooperstown) was for Robert Gilmor, who had directed Cole's attention to the Cooper novel as a rich mine of subject matter to enliven and localize his sublime topography. 23 Even though the subject was Cooper's, the landscape was in essence Brown's: Cooper freely appropriated his predecessor's vision of the wilderness and, like Brown, used natural setting to ground and amplify moral drama. Hartford, the sister Alice 5woons. OO\! ,~igvuoJ1J or m FIGURE 8.

The placid foreground. The tiny Uncas, poised on a boulder, seems to express the hopelessness of survival against such mighty and pitiless odds. Even more poignant is the ter axis of the composition, How can positioned exactly at the cen- a minute slip of GLOOM AND DOOM I5 excessively dark, deep, powerful, and vast? Indeed, another minute and nearly everyone will be dead: Cora; Uncas and the scout Heyward, stabbed by Magua; and Magua, shot by Hawk-Eye, lying at the bottom of the abyss, all of them swallowed up by inexorable darkness.

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