Art: Carnegie Show

Emissaries of the U. S. art world last week went out Forbes Street in Pittsburgh, past the ball park to the rambling old Carnegie Library to see the 31st Carnegie Institute International Exhibition of Modern Paintings. It was a smaller show than those of the Institute's lively past, but there were still plenty of pictures to see. Eleven nations offered 351 paintings; 274 artists were represented, 125 of them from the U. S.

For the second time in the Institute's history no artists were on the jury of award. Four museum directors—Homer...

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