Arts: Demonstrators

Department stores have for many years popularized the institution of practical demonstration of household arts and feminine complexions. It remained for the New Society of Artists in Manhattan to apply practical demonstration to the fine arts. The New Society announced its second annual series of demonstrations.

At these affairs prominent artists exhibit themselves actively at work and afterwards each delivers a lecture on his particular branch of the arts. At the first of the demonstrations, George Luks painted a portrait in oils. At the second, Albert Steiner, was scheduled to make several drawings;...

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