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Revival of paintings on display at women's museum

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Faith Ringgold's "confrontational art" — a series of vivid paintings about race, gender, class and civil rights— is so intense that when she first offered the paintings four decades ago, no one would buy them. But now those controversial works are enjoying a revival. Forty-nine of Ringgold's early works go on display Friday at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in...

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