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|1998, Oliver Cromwell, Oil on canvas, 60cm*39cmg|
The picture adheres to the motto:
Furthest comes, who don't know where he is going. The
one who walks aimlessly
can, by definition, make no detours. I believe that is exactly what the statement means. In the picture the man walks
without a goal in sight and encourages a small being to come along. The hair, the eye and the mouth right of the body
of the man refer to Oliver Cromwell who, we believe, has given us this saying.