Art: Toledo Selection

With the distinguished and discreet selectivity for which it is noted among U. S. art galleries, the Toledo Museum of Art last week acquired five paintings by contemporary U. S. painters, all of them well known. Bought before the paint was dry on it in Eugene Speicher's studio at Woodstock, N. Y. was Blue Necklace, a quietly florid and sexual portrait of a girl in a pink bodice, one shoulder strap fallen, brooding over a letter held in her open lap. Others: a sentimental painting of a young girl sewing by Frederick C. Frieseke....

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