New York Times: He Wrapped Landmarks in Fabric. Years Later, His Art Turned Up in a Dumpster.

New York Times: He Wrapped Landmarks in Fabric. Years Later, His Art Turned Up in a Dumpster.. “[Francis] Hines earned a pinch of critical acclaim for wrapping this and other New York City structures, including the Washington Arch, in fabric, before he disappeared from the art world. He died in 2016 at 96. His work was rediscovered a year later by Jared Whipple, a Connecticut man who found hundreds of Mr. Hines’s paintings in a dumpster and who has since made it his mission to get Mr. Hines the attention he thinks the artist deserves.”

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