Art: Shoot in Boston

With the instinct of a patrician grandmother, Boston has taken to its bosom all that is dated and fine and foreign in the way of art. The Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University is the liveliest school of art history in the U. S.; the Fine Arts Museum is eminent for its scholarly array of Oriental and other treasures; the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is probably the choicest large-scale clutter among U. S. private-made-public collections. From these institutions, however, few people would get the idea that there are artists alive and sweating now.

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