Art: Utrillo v. Tate

Second only in importance to London's British Museum is London's Tate Gallery, an institution which, since its founding 40 years ago and particularly since it has been taken under the munificent wing of Art Dealer Lord Duveen of Millbank, has become one of the great art collections of the world.

About six months ago the Tate Gallery got out a new catalog of its modern French paintings. Under the name of each artist was a brief and extremely reticent biography. One of these referred to a Spanish artist named Maurice Utrillo, 1883-deceased, painter...

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