Arts: Appropriation?

Congress has already provided a site for a National Gallery of Art in Washington, and the Smithsonian Institution has commissioned Charles Adams Platt to design the building (TIME, April 21). Last week, Congress was formally asked to appropriate $2,500,000 for the building—about one-third of what it will cost. Senator Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts did the asking.

"Hogarth, Jr."

Rockwell Kent, known best for his woodcuts and his Wilderness, a book about Alaska, is holding an exhibition this week at the Wildenstein Galleries, Manhattan. Mr. Kent is most generally known as "Hogarth,...

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