Art: Painters

To start the New Year right, followers of U. S. painting last week tried to see two important shows in Manhattan:

¶At the Rehn Galleries, 24 new paintings by Ceramist-Architect-Painter Henry Yarnum Poor convinced critics that Mr. Poor at 49 had done well to leave his ovens cold and his drafting board dusty. Freer, more decisive, more vivid than any past productions of this able artist, the paintings affected other beholders like a bracing breeze. First Range of the Rockies, done in Colorado last summer, was a majestic landscape in greens and purples,...

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