Art: Pots & Pictures

Detroit has an art museum of which any of the three larger cities of the U. S. could well be proud. Trying, on a woefully curtailed budget, to do some of the things that are expected of a really first rate metropolitan museum, the Detroit Art Institute last week was holding an impressive exhibition of Persian art. Though borrowed entirely from Manhattan Collector Hagop Kevorkian, it was a show worth the most chauvinistic Detroiter's time. On display were dozens & dozens of luminous blue-green pots, plates, vases, more than 100 jewel-like miniatures, illustrations for...

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