Arts: Two Exhibits

Two nationally important annual exhibitions opened simultaneously this month. These were the 119th display of oil paintings and sculpture of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, and the 39th showing of the Architectural League of New York.

The latter exhibition is invariably noteworthy because of its astounding juxtaposition of various forms of Art. Mural decorations, statuary, iron work, factory stacks are united in democratic display. But all this hodgepodge falls into the category of applied art, lending the work a unity and significance particularly interesting to the casual observer. Here one...

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