Art: Rogers Groups

A hand-picked section of the New York art world last week got a tantalizing glimpse of an important exhibition. The exclusive Lotos Club turned over its main room to an exhibition of 35 original bronzes of the late John Rogers, arranged and mounted by Art Dealer Felix Wildenstein of the Club's art committee. After three days the show was dismantled while newspaper critics clamored for a fuller public exhibition of the same works, hoped that it might tour the country. Fifty years ago a painted brown plaster Rogers Group was a standard fitting...

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