Art: Mountain-Chaser

Zestful, grey-bearded Boardman Robinson is best known for his murals in Manhattan, Washington, points west. But like Winslow Homer, John Sloan, many another U. S. artist, he first spent long years illustrating newspapers and magazines. Last week a show of 50 drawings and water colors he has done in the last quarter-century went on display in Manhattan's Walker Galleries. Artist Robinson's first exhibit in a decade, it gave youngsters a chance to see what their elders already knew: that for spirit, satire and sound draftsmanship, none of his murals can touch his early...

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