Arts: In Woodstock

The first exhibition held by rising artists of the very-much-younger generation closed successfully with $25 assets. The sons and daughters of the New York artist colony at Wood-stock-in-Catskills decided to rent a gallery, hand in their own original work and charge admission, the sum cleared to go toward a new school building. "I don't s'pose we'd have done it if we'd known what a job it was going to be," said the 10-year-old President. There were some hundreds of examples, largely pen and pencil, of surrounding landscape, hills, barns, trees, fish and...

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