Arts: Seventeen

In art there may be prodigies, but in business there is only hard-headed experience. When George Joseph Demotte, noted art dealer of Manhattan and Paris died accidentally while hunting in France, he left several unfinished libel suits (TIME, Dec. 17), a well grounded reputation, a $2,000,000 art business, and a son of 17.

Several weeks ago Lucien J. Demotte, the son, came to this country, and announced that his father's business had been incorporated, that he had been made President of the company, and would take active charge of the business. One...

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