an untaught artist whose primitive paintings are now prized by collectors
Recent Examples on the WebBeing untaught in our schools, as so much of our history has been.
Roy S. Johnson | Rjohnson@al.com, al, 23 June 2022 Instead, it was pushed down, unremembered and untaught until efforts decades later started bringing it into the light.
Deepti Hajela, chicagotribune.com, 29 May 2021 But where untaught formlessness is the ideal, the formative character of such an enterprise is suspect, a threat to the authentic, untutored self.
Michael Knox Beran, National Review, 6 Feb. 2020
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