An Artist’s Novel

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Robert Kipniss first wanted to be a poet when he was in college in Iowa. Then he took up art and made himself into a nationally recognized and much-collected painter and print maker. How he did so is recounted in his 2011 autobiography, “A Working Artist’s Life.”

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