The style is oh so familiar.
Scantly anything has been written about him in English, and there’s nothing online. Accused of crimes including indecency, incest, heresy, theft, and asault, Herzog died a gruesome death meted out by his peers, thus ending a long bout with poverty, mental instability, scandal, imprisonment, and ignominy.
I discovered Minog Herzog several years ago in a decades-old, obscure and obsolete Russian art magazine. “Fanzilet in the Mirror with the Pox” appeared in the margins of an article on Expressionism, and I have been haunted by it ever since. I decided to do my dissertation in art history on Minog, and through dogged determination and rigorous search managed to learn a good deal about him and gain access to more than a…
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