While his wife, Mougouch, vacationed in Castile, Maine for the summer of 1947, Arshile Gorky stayed on in the city to paint in his Union Square studio. This is one of the last letters he wrote to her that summer, excerpted from the biography, From a High Place: A Life of Arshile Gorky.

While his wife, Mougouch, vacationed in Castile, Maine for the summer of 1947, Arshile Gorky stayed on in the city to paint in his Union Square studio. This is one of the last letters he wrote to her that summer, excerpted from the biography, From a High Place: A Life of Arshile Gorky.