Arts: At Wembley

At the Wembley Exhibit, English craftsmanship is again a British glory —beauty and care of execution in the applied arts compensating for the noticeable lack of imagination and emotional power in the so-called fine arts. The Queen's Doll House (TIME, Oct. 29) is a huge and delicious toy, perfect to the last minute detail. The art of bookmaking touches the highwater mark in the artistic display, perfect in taste and in texture. Decorated interiors, varying in merit, may be observed in six rooms, one of 1750 with Reynolds and Gainsborough portraits, a...

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