Art: Prizes

Every year Columbia University awards a prize of $1,500 (Pulitzer money) to "that art student who shall be certified as the most promising and deserving by the National Academy of Design." Last week this prize was given to Humbert R. Romano of Springfield, Mass.—age 20, born in Naples, youngest of a family of eight.

Another jury, the one that judges the competition in painting and sculpture for the Grand Prix de Rome (fellowships amounting to $2,000 a year and including tuition and a studio at the American Academy in Rome), gave their awards to Deane Keller, a student at the Yale...

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