Art: Little Savages

He who always wins, courts boredom. Threatened last week with such boredom was Eugene Francis Savage, spry and dapper Leffingwell Professor of Painting at Yale University. Again he beamed upon the annual list of Prix de Rome awards. Again a pupil of his headed the roll of honor. And, as usual the winning painting, a mother and child, faithfully imitated the painting style of Leffingwell Professor Eugene Francis Savage.

So strong is Professor Savage's influence over his students' style, so fortunate have been their depictions of attitudinous, great muscled...

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