Education: Young Gorky

Manhattan is full of Italian waiters, German butchers, Irish millionaires and Russian artists. One of the Russians is Arshele Gorky, 23, who last week became an active member of the faculty of the Grand Central Art School. His cousin, Maxim, is now in Venice, treating a cardiac ailment and working on another book of those stories which, kindled from Anton Pavlovich Tchekov's great bonfire, have made his name burn like a sombre torch' across the world. Arshele Gorky admits the relationship. He himself paints still life. In his first newspaper interview he...

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