Art: Co-operative Selling

To those people who hang their walls with mechanical reproductions of the old masters, art galleries are frigid, prices of paintings and etchings are frightening, art itself is mystifying.

To the struggling artist, the world is even less happy. He has few ways to show his products, less chance to sell them.

To John H. Weaver, student of art and capable Manhattan businessman came a few months ago a happy thought. Why not teach the public to buy real paintings instead of reproductions by showing them the capable work of artists they can afford...

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