Last week the New Society of Artists
opened its seventh exhibition in Manhattan. The place of honor was
given to George W. Bellows' unfamiliar War-piece, "The
Massacre"civilian figures huddled in a blur of terror before a
firing squad. Stirling Calder, friend of Bellows, exhibited a
half-length portrait of the painter in bronze.
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