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      Emerg Infect Dis
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      The Insect Chorus, one of several works on the sametheme, was painted during what Burchfield called his “golden year,” when he was fresh out of art school and back home in Salem, Ohio, in 1917. The work is a good example of his take on en plein air painting. An avid admirer of the outdoors, he immersed himself in it. He liked everything about it, even the annoying parts that most nature lovers merely tolerate for the sake of beauty. His artistic approach was a unique blend of naturalism, emotion, and imagina- tion. “Surrounded by the familiar scenes of my boyhood, there gradually evolved the idea of recreating impressions of that period, the appearance of houses, the feelings of woods and fields, memories of seasonal impressions....”
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