Art: New Season

Come to judgment in Manhattan last week and this were the works of more than 50 U. S. artists of all ages, regions and schools, salted with a sprinkling of solid or exotic Europeans. In the lot were no new efforts by the three lusty young men from the West—Benton, Curry and Wood—by whom contemporary U. S. painting is best known to the man in the street. Fresh examples of surrealism were not in evidence, the familiar ones being stock-in-trade with Manhattan dealers or on loan exhibitions in the eager Midwest. But...

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