Art: Bon!

After an art season notable for shows of U. S. child paintings, uninhibited, fresh and progressive, Manhattanites last week had a good look at the present state of child art in Spain. Displayed at Lord & Taylor's department store were about 1,000 drawings and watercolors by Spanish children, collected in Valencia and Madrid and shipped to the U. S. to raise money for the Spanish Child Welfare Association. In charge of the exhibition was a gnome-like, darting little Austrian-born Spaniard named José A. Weissberger, who describes himself at present as "a nobody," having...

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