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Tod Lindemuth is considered to be a semi-abstract painter and graphic artist whose work focused on promoting modernist styles. He was one of the founders of the Provincetown Art Association, and also one of the original Provincetown Printers. Although he was greatly influenced by Abstract Expressionism, his subject matter was realistic enough to be recognizable. He was one of the first artists who experienced with linoleum cut, and towards the end of his life, he also experimented with collage.

"The Weir"
"The Fishing Fleet"
"Low Tide"
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