Art: Art Week

Last week leg-weary Manhattan art reporters were convinced that few seasons in living memory had produced so much bustle and stir. While the Whitney Museum and the Museum of Modern Art were ready to spring big shows of U. S. paintings, the number of important small shows and other events left up-to-the-minute-keepers far behind. Samples:

¶Hung in the Wildenstein Galleries was the best private collection of iSth-Century French art in the world. The lifelong accumulation of San Francisco-born David David-Weill, president of the Council of the National Museums of France, senior partner of the international...

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