Art: Popular Prizeman

If the ordinary U. S. citizen were given a blank check and told to go out and buy, according to his own taste, a new painting by a U. S. artist, he would probably pass up the works of Benton, Curry, Wood, Kroll and Speicher, invest in a seascape by Frederick Judd Waugh. Later he would be considerably surprised to learn that the Bentons, the Currys, the Woods, the Krolls and the Speichers all looked disdainfully down their artistic noses at Oldster Waugh (pronounced Waw). Last week for the second successive year Artist Waugh...

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