Art: Epstein

Ragged Pecksniffs and old women; gentlemen out for a constitutional; bright-cheeked British children who had run away from their Nannas, paused to stare and listen, moved along, were replaced by others. So all day, in Hyde Park, people came and went, but the voice of Somerville Hague, sculptor, went on forever. Ensconced before Jacob Epstein's Memorial for W. H. Hudson* (TIME, June 1), fortified with a box of assorted sandwiches and mobled in a large ulster, he stated that he did not like Sculptor Epstein's conception of Rima, the wood nymph. "Look...

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