Arts: Seven in Chicago

Seven Chicago artists last week had seven simultaneous one-man shows in the Chicago Art Institute, biggest one-man show spree in the Institute's history. The seven Director Robert Bartholow Harshe had dredged from Chicago's polyglot Bohemia included a Russian, a German, a

Scot, a Spaniard, a Pole and two U. S. natives. Rated best of the lot were the Russian, William Samuel Schwartz, and the two U. S. natives, Aaron Bohrod and Francis Chapin, ranking among Chicago artists along with the two Albright brothers.

Schwartz last week showed 14 symphonic forms, sultry, rich splotches...

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