Music: Business in Mystic

Of the artists who make Manhattan the biggest U. S. art centre, those who can afford it, depart in summer to rural resorts from Maine to Virginia. Among their most favored summer art colonies are such New England towns as Silvermine, Lyme, Newport, Provincetown, Rockport. Typical is the little town of Mystic, Conn, (east of New London) which opened its 15th annual exhibition last week.

In the colony at Mystic is Robert Brackman, 41, outspoken foe of "modern" art, a National Academy member, who is well off with 53 summer students, gets fat prices for his female nudes, and in his...

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