Art: Profile of War

Exhibited at Manhattan's Museum of Modern Art last week were three types of art from three nations. In one room were examples of U. S. industrial art in machined metal and glass. In another the Museum displayed modern furniture, scientifically designed in pale plywood by the brilliant Finnish architect, Alvar Aalto. Balancing these examples of machine and functional art was a third room in which visitors found reportorial art of the most sensitive kind—an exhibition of 105 drawings made in Spain by the Leftist artist, Luis Quintanilla.

A Basque, a nephew of a...

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