Art: Road To Rome

Of all the roads that lead to Rome, none seems surer for artists than the one that passes through the Yale School of Fine Arts. In 1925 and 1926, Yale art students won in the Prix de Rome scholarship competitions conducted annually at the Grand Central Galleries, Manhattan. Last month two Yale graduate students won Prix de Rome scholarships, in painting and sculpture (TIME, May 16). Last week the Prix de Rome judges decided the 1927 competition in architecture and again the winner was a Yale student—Homer Fay Pfeiffer of Kansas City,...

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