Art: Eternal City

To the shrines at Rome of Keats, Shelley, Hawthorne and many a baker's dozen other foreign artists who lived there and mostly loved it, was added last week officially one for Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907), foremost U, S. sculptor.* His studio, it seems, had long been gone; its site was uncertain even to Mrs. Saint-Gaudens herself, after great change in the vicinity. Recently Carlaridi, oldest and much honored Italian painter, pointed out the spot where he had often visited the painter, Last week U. S. Ambassdor Henry Prather Fletcher spoke at the unveiling...

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