Art: Highwayman

Critics who deplore the lack of U. S. "native" art had no reason this week to complain of the work of Sanford Ross who, at 27, was holding his third one-man show in Manhattan's swank Reinhardt Galleries. Born in Orange, N. J., Artist Ross by preference paints the jigsaw-tortured mansions which solid New Jersey citizens built and lived in during the last lush years of the 19th Century. Besides the New Jersey pictures, Artist Ross last week showed a series of swift state highways, a snarling pile of junk, several melancholy landscapes, a...

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