By Alan Teller
At 95, this visionary Jewish artist can’t stop painting — and painting and painting
“I remember showing off to my father by reading the Forverts in Yiddish. I can’t do that anymore!” No, but soon-to-be 95-year-old artist Leo Segedin still paints. Every day, he gets up at 5 a.m., has coffee and a full breakfast and by 6:30 is at his easel. He works until his eyes hurt. Then,…
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