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Jennia Chodorov Jennia Chodorov from Israel wrote on 03/08/2009:
Thank you for enabling the pleasure of a wide perspective of this remarkable artist. A true pleasure of connection and vision.
Julian Scales Julian Scales from Bulawayo and Gaborone wrote on 03/08/2009:
I feel privileged to have one of Marshall's paintings and am thrilled by this great website and tribute. Well done and thanks for creating this website.
Mandy Guttman Mandy Guttman from Israel wrote on 02/08/2009:
Nadav (17!) & Mom
you did a fantastic job !!!!!!!!!!
love
Mandy
Leon Soriano Leon Soriano from Toronto wrote on 02/08/2009:
I remember Marshall well. We exhibited on a few shows together, one of the best being Ned Art Johannesburg which I helped Orde Levison to organize through various introductions to the best Rhodesian artists of the time . This web site is a GREAT tribute to him....and I want to say that Marshall was well ahead of his time. The Busquiat of Rhodesia !
Hilary (Baron) Lavi Hilary (Baron) Lavi from Tivon, Israel wrote on 02/08/2009:
Thanks Merle. This site is amazing and an incredible memorial to Marshall. It's very moving to enter and be flooded with memories, wonder and intense admiration at all that Marshall achieved in his short life. Well done to both you and of course Nadav
Dean Larson Dean Larson from California, USA wrote on 29/06/2009:
What a terrific website, thoughtfully presented and the work is incredible.
Tirzah Lowenstein Tirzah Lowenstein from United Kingdom wrote on 23/06/2009:
I made time to look at the website - which really is remarkable.
I have to say again how sheerly beautiful, expressive, emotive and highly evolved Marshall's paintings are - way ahead of their time.
Helen-Louise Hunter Helen-Louise Hunter from Bethesda, Md. 20816 wrote on 02/04/2009:
Lovely website that brings Marshall alive to those of us who didn't know him but who have known and loved his sisters and parents.