Prix de Rome

Scores of U. S. citizens under 30 years of age submit, each year, their best work in painting, in sculpture, in architectural or landscape design, to compete for four Prix de Rome scholarships. Each of the.four winners receives $1,250 cash yearly for three years, plus lodging and studio at the American Academy in Rome for three years, plus life membership in the Grand Central Galleries, Manhattan.

When the judges awarded the painting and sculpture scholarships for 1927, each of the winners was found to be a student...

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