Art: Landscapes

Many modern artists hold on to the past as a man holds his hat in a roller coaster. Manhattan's Whitney Museum upholds U. S. tradition but it has distinguished itself for doing so gracefully.

The museum's show of Winslow Homer in 1936 was a landmark in the recent appreciation of that 19th-Century artist, and year ago the museum made news with a lively exhibition of Luks, Bellows, Henri and other important U. S. painters of the early 1900s (TIME, Feb. 22). Last week the Whitney pulled off a triumph in a field where...

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