Art: Lyricists

In the confused orchestration of Manhattan art galleries last week two flute parts and a vigorously bowed violin made lyric music:

Flautists. At the Reinhardt Galleries, 26 paintings by Spaniard Hipolito Hidalgo de Caviedes gave Manhattanites their first good look at the work of the Carnegie First Prize Winner of 1935. A specialist in china-clear coloring and slightly rococo composition, Artist de Caviedes brought none of his paintings with him when he hurriedly left Madrid a year ago, last week displayed mostly new pictures done in Cuba, including a starchy self-portrait (see cut). Hard...

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