Art: 30 Years of Picasso

The Fourth of July is celebrated discreetly in London with a banquet by the Pilgrim Society, a few wreaths on Trafalgar Square's statue of George Washington, and flags in front of the American Express. The date is seldom significant to the British art world. Tardy British art lovers this year remembered July 4, hurried to the Lefevre Galleries of King Street to attend the last day of the season's most important exhibition since the Persian show in Burlington House (TIME, Jan. 12). It was the largest showing of the paintings of Pablo...

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