Art: Prizewinners

In the days when Pittsburgh's art show, the Carnegie International, was really international, only a handful of Americans could break in. France's Picasso, Braque, Matisse and Derain usually won top honors. During the war, Carnegie went all-American. Last week, in its Romanesque stone-pile set in Pittsburgh's Schenley Park, the Carnegie Institute put on what will presumably be its last purely U.S. show, and invited 350 U.S. artists—the most ever—to show their wares. It was still, in prestige at least, the biggest annual U.S. art event, as it has been since 1896.

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