Art: Prix de Rome

Henri E. Chabanne of Tompkins Corners, N. Y. won the Prix de Rome award in landscape architecture last week for his solution of the problem: "The development of an addition to a private estate." The announcement caused excitement because Landscape Architect Chabanne never went to Yale, has nothing to do with the Yale School of Fine Arts. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, has been working for a year with the Taconic State Park Commission at Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

Yale made up for this in the other departments. The Prix...

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