Arts: Manship

For three years, Paul Manship, famed U. S. sculptor, has been in Rome, Paris, Egypt. Returned, he exhibited, last week, in the Scott and Fowles Gallery, Manhattan.

Many gazed upon his works, whispered discreetly of "stylized line,"

"tonal mass," "plastic power," went away well content that if they had not passed the final dicta on Manship, they had, at least, put marble into words. The attendants at the Scott and Fowles Gallery, hearing these phrases, as indeed they were often expressly intended to, were not guilty of visible leers. They had been trained by...

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