Art: Goya

Loan exhibitions attract attention not only because they show the work of great artists but because they give the public a chance to view intimately the trappings of private wealth. Both these attractions were powerfully present last week in Manhattan when Knoedler Galleries opened what many critics considered the peak of the season's shows—a loan exhibit of Goya paintings. The pictures came from the discreet walls of Andrew William Mellon, Harrison Williams, Oscar B. Cintas (American Car & Foundry), Eugene G. Grace, Edward S. Harkness, J. Watson Webb. Mr. & Mrs. Charles Shipman...

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