Art: Palm Sprays

The Cleveland Museum of Art had last week just opened its exhibit of 156 foreign paintings chosen from the recent International display of Pittsburgh's Carnegie Institute (TIME, Oct. 11 et seq.). Among them was a certain "Portrait of My Mother," not by Whistler, but by a friend of Whistler, Ambrose McEvoy, R. A., 48, noted British painter of women. On the day the Cleveland exhibit opened, Painter McEvoy died, in London. A palm spray was placed beneath the portrait of his mother.

In the same exhibit was another painting of a mother, "The...

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