Art: Cynic's Progress

Years ago Rockwell Kent used to sign his splendid decorative drawings Hogarth Jr—this despite the fact that his figures are as unworldly as he knows how to make them, that his dislike of crowds makes him live in remote Ausable Forks, N. Y. and take solitary cruises to Tierra del Fuego and Greenland. A far better right to Hogarth's mantle has Reginald Marsh, who held an exhibition of his latest paintings, water colors and prints at New York's Rehn Galleries last week.

Artist Marsh, 34, has...

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