Arts: Arts Notes, Jun. 25, 1923

The sale of Sarah Bernhardt's art pieces was not notable for high prices paid. Dealers bid only on the intrinsic artistic value.

The Cleveland Museum of Art, having completed its exhibition of local work, opened its third showing of contemporary American paintings. Attendance for the last month exceeded 39,000.

Murals executed by Miss Violet Oakley for the State Capitol building at Harrisburg, Pa., are exhibited in London. The Times and other journals give almost unstinted praise.

Richard H. Webber, connoisseur of Detroit, gave to the art institute of his city a painting, Winter, by Ernest...

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