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30th Carnegie

It is possible to have a profound knowledge of literature and never leave your bedroom. To speak authoritatively about, painting you must travel. To appreciate El Greco alone a critic must have visited galleries in London, Dresden, Madrid, Toledo, New York. This week Pittsburgh, Pa. repeated its annual claim to a place on the art critic's itinerary. The 30th annual International Exhibition of the Carnegie Institute opened. On hand were 496 pictures by 281 artists from 16 countries. Judges were assembled. Prizes were awarded. It was a big affair.

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