Art: Carnegie Show

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Artists, art critics and ordinary people were going over the hills to Pittsburgh this week to the 29th Carnegie Institute International Exhibition of Modern Painting. There was plenty to see. The Pittsburgh show has become the most important annual exhibition of modern art in the U. S. Stretching on through gallery after gallery are 439 paintings representing the work of most of the well known modern painters in the world today. Over 1,000 U. S. paintings were submitted, 152 were hung. In all, 137 European and 99 U. S. artists...

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