Art: Mime Enters

The opulent plush-carpeted Ehrich-Newhouse Galleries of Manhattan held an important, impressive display of landscapes last week. Reviewing the development of that field of art from the 16th to the 19th Century, they were able to find in their vaults such impressive masterpieces as a St. Jerome in the Wilderness by Paolo Veronese, a murky Spanish scene by Murillo. a rainy day in the English hills by Gainsborough, not to mention Constables, Cromes, and a fine Corot of the best period. The show represented a great deal of money, but...

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