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In the beginning of the summer of 1920, Konrad Mägi travelled to Saaremaa for the third time. On this occasion, he stayed in the main town, Kuressaare, living at Pikk Street 43. Through June and July, he would try to mend his poor health and lead courses for 120 elementary school teachers. In early June, he wrote Aleksander Tassa: “Come here and bring Vabbe with you. The air and mud have a divine effect on the nerves.” Unlike his previous trips to the island, he did not produce many paintings and they do not make up to a new period in his oeuvre. This work probably depicts Narrow Street in Kuressaare.
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