Art: Twenty Years After

Thirty years ago there were three U. S. sculptors known to every student: Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Daniel Chester French, George Grey Barnard. The Grand Central Art Galleries last week gave the only survivor of the trio, 71-year-old George Grey Barnard, his first one-man show in 20 years. One glance around showed that George Grey Barnard is still one of the great sculptors of the U. S.

Stocky, barrel-chested. mop-haired Sculptor Barnard worked for 15 years on a project that has caused many of his esthetic friends to wince: a full-scale plaster model of an enormous...

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