Grand Central

Grand Central

The lay members of the Painters' and Sculptors' Gallery Association, which runs the unique new galleries at the Grand Central Terminal, New York (TIME, March 24), drew lots in June for the order in which they should choose the works of art to which they are entitled. Thirty of them have now made their selections. Richard T. Crane, Jr., Chicago millionaire, led the field, and, with his pick of 114 intriguing oils and bronzes, carried off John Singer Sargent's contribution, Artist Sketching, a small self-portrait...

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