Arts: In Paris

Paris sees the year out with the modernist Salon d'Automne in full bloom at the Grand Palais of the Champs- Elysees. This is one of the five regular annual Paris Salons, and may be called the neo-academic showing en masse of the younger, progressive and cosmopolitan groups of painters, once called "fauves," now broadly classified as followers of Cezanne.

Like the great Spring salons, this exhibtion gives its high place of honor to a retrospective assemblage of works by the leading men of yesterday—Cezanne (the large Joueurs de Cartes owned by M. Vollard, and...

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