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"come through" hi there:1.whats meaing of"come through" in this context. 2.meaning of: take off on Matisse" 3.caught the spirit: 4.gist of this sentense:"He could not simply read, was not simply imitating. It’s more than that. TERKEL: So it was concentration on the drawing, but his ability was such that even though he may not have been fully concentrating on it, because there were distractions, he would come through with remarkable works, like one he was doing a take off on Matisse. But the fact that you have illustrations here. This is Matisse! I mean he caught the spirit, or what you called “Matisseness.” He could not simply read, was not simply imitating. It’s more than that.
Jun 26, 2019 10:44 AM
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In this context, "come through," means to deliver or make a satisfactory product. It usually implies it was also a difficult or uncertain process. Example: "Even though he only had one day to make it, the chef came through with the best wedding cake I had ever seen!"
June 26, 2019
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