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Potpourri II

      Welcome to this issue of Clinics in Dermatology titled “Potpourri II.” We are pleased to present herein a wonderful potpourri of dermatology contributions, which hopefully you will find interesting and informative. The French term “potpourri” often describes a mixture of flowers, herbs, and spices that is kept in a jar or bowl and used for fragrance. To set the tone for this issue, we present Figure 1, which features the 1899 painting by Edwin Austin Abbey (1852-1911) called Potpourri. Abbey was a noted American painter and illustrator who moved to England in 1878 and settled permanently there in 1883. His painting Potpourri is considered to be one of his most outstanding masterpieces.
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      Fig. 1Potpourri by Edwin Austin Abbey, 1899. Oil on canvas, height 89 cm, width 152.5 cm; private collection (public domain).
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