Art: Satirists

Will Dyson and Peggy Bacon had exhibitions in Manhattan galleries last week. Critics all over town began talking about Daumier, for though the U. S. pays its humorous artists better than any other country, U. S. satirists of intelligence, with real technical ability, are as rare as good deeds.

Peggy Bacon, a slant-chinned young woman with a keen eye, a quick brain, confined her satire at the Downtown Galleries last week largely to the critics and dealers of the New York art world. Shrewdly drawn pastels in good color showed Colyumist Heywood Broun towering...

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