Arts: Pinkie

In San Marino, Calif., fortnight ago, was Sir Joseph Duveen, semi-Semitic, ornate dealer and author ity in Art. In San Marino lives Maecenas Henry Edwards Huntington (TIME, Nov. 8). Sir Joseph was visiting Maecenas Huntington. When he left (for Manhattan, where his chief gallery is located), announcement was gently allowed to be made that Maecenas Huntington had acquired of Sir Joseph three more 18th Century British portraits—a Gainsborough ("The Hon. Mrs. Henry Fane"), a Reynolds ("The Hon. Lavinia Bingham, Countess Spencer"), a Romney ("Lady Hamilton"). Which Lady Hamilton portrait by Romney was...

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