Art: Pittsburgh's 28th

With usual fanfare, the 28th annual Carnegie Institute International Exhibition of Paintings opened last week in Pittsburgh. On Founder's Day the afternoon before the doors were opened to the public, prize winners were announced. By that time the jury had dispersed. Painters and critics, never much pleased at Carnegie juries' selections, began to snarl, declaring that the canvases were picked by admen and suitable only for reproduction in Sunday supplements. This year no great name was accorded a prize. The first award was won by Felice Carena of Italy, whose picture The Studio...

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