Art: Princes, Knights

Another formula, as effective as that of Mr. Kalish, is its opposite —to reproduce in art the shapes or surfaces of things that are totally unfamiliar. This is the formula which supports Mrs. Leonebel Jacobs, portraitist. Mrs. Jacobs has always painted celebrities. She used to paint familiar celebrities; her picture of Mrs. Coolidge hangs in the White House. Recently Mrs. Leonebel Jacobs went to China; last week in Manhattan she exhibited the faces of certain ladies and gentlemen few westerners have looked upon. The deposed Empress of the Manchus looks out under...

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