During the last 15 years of his life, Martín Ramírez--often classified as a "schizophrenic artist"--created nearly 300 drawings at the DeWitt State Hospital in northern California. Brooke Davis Anderson, the curator of an exhibit of Ramirez's works at the American Folk Art Museum, explains the importance of his unique drawings.
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