Third District Court of Appeal Judge Thomas Logue has a copy of a painting in his office that nobody understands.

“This is the manliest painting that was ever painted,” Logue said, pointing to Winslow Homer’s Veteran in a New Field. “This painting took place right after the American Civil War and here this veteran comes back and of course, he just gets to work. It reminds me of my grandfather.”

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