Art: Prix De Rome

Six young unmarried landscape architects bent over drawing boards for four weeks, competing for this year's fellowship in landscape architecture at the American Academy in Rome. Last week they were lodged in Manhattan's Grand Central art galleries. A large wash drawing of a colonial country estate and a sheaf of complementary sketches won the prize for Richard Coolidge Murdock, Cornell graduate, son of Architect Harris Hunnewell Murdock of Manhattan. Among his perquisites will be $1,550 a year for three years, $500 travel money, an airy...

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