Art: Animal Week

Last week, the 65th of World War II, the U. S. art world seemed to find a new interest in life. Unable to face man's inhumanity to man, artists and gallerygoers agreed that war was the time to concentrate on good clean animals. In Manhattan what began as a coincidence seemed turning into a circus parade for escapists. Items:

> Fortnight ago Manhattan's Buchholz Gallery opened the first U. S. one-man show of a long-dead Munich painter named Franz Marc. Just before the outbreak of World War I, sad-eyed Franz Marc became disgusted with...

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