Art: Paintings on Paper

There are two annual international exhibitions of painting in the U. S. One is at the Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh. It is held every autumn and is devoted to paintings on canvas. The other is at the Art Institute in Chicago. It is held every Spring and is devoted to paintings on paper. Visitors to the Institute's 17th International Water Color Exhibition last week found it notable for several reasons, one of which was that about half the 541 paintings shown were pure-blooded water colors. The rest of the paper paintings were in...

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