Art: In Chicago

Opened the 37th annual exhibit of American painting and sculpture at the Chicago Art Institute. The pictures, 325 in number, had been chosen by a jury which for many weeks searched the U. S., selecting from proposed entries those which best recommended themselves to the eye, with a continual hope of discovering among young artists some mute, inglorious Millet, some untrumpeted Whistler or coy Corot. The pictures were put on view; prizes were awarded. To Eugene F. Savage of Manhattan went the Frank G. Logan medal, carrying with it $1,500, for his...

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