Art: College Art

If a young man wants to be a novelist, a poet, a playwright or an architect, college is the traditional place for him to get his training. If he wants to be a painter he is expected to go to Paris or to one of the big art schools of New York, Boston, Chicago, despite the fact that all U. S. universities give art courses. Critics who wondered why this is so went last week to the dingy galleries of the College Art Association in New York to see an exhibition of student...

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