Art: Men Are Square

Four hundred years ago court painters were accomplished diplomats. Today, at the court of capital, the artist sits on industrial relations advisory boards. Gerrit A. Beneker is the first and perhaps the most able practitioner of the new profession of Industrial Art. He tells how it happened in a paper on Art and the Industrial Problem in Scribner's Magazine for September. Many will remember his virile War and Liberty Loan posters: Sure, We'll Finish the Job and Work As You Would Fight. In his youth Beneker visited Homestead and other towns where steel...

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