Arts: Exhibit's End

For a month, Zuloaga, famed Spanish artist (Time, Dec. 29), has been in Manhattan; for a month, 52 of his paintings have been on exhibition in the Reinhardt Galleries, Fifth Avenue, while he, slipping up and down the same thoroughfare, has lifted his eyebrows at the city's towering cubes, pulled his mustache at its effervescent hostesses, been courteous to ladies who adored Art and worshipped macaroons, graciously eaten his dinner in houses where the butlers were gentlemen, in houses where the guests were lackeys, in houses where the company was so perfect...

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