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The painter, like any of us, knows we have a power in our soul to make wholes of the fleeting, partial things we see. Poetic education is hard to come by because we are dismissive of the powers of things and images to speak to us. As for Aristophanes, I tend to recommend the plays in relation to the reader. In all, some two dozen people make up the scene. But to do that work, the painter needs to understand both the things we would readily confess about ourselves and the the things revealed when we are unaware of ourselves. The Slave Market is a painting of about by the 19th century French artist Gustave Boulanger , who specialized in classical and Orientalist genre scenes.