Art: Prix de Rome

The American Prix de Rome is not a horse race but a prize, valued at $8,000, yearly awarded to one U. S. painter and one U. S. sculptor. If he wins the prize, an artist goes to Rome and lives there at the rate of $1,600 a year for three years; his models, tuition and transportation are paid for. Last week, this year's winners were announced; one was Donald M. Mattison, student at the up-and-coming Yale School of Fine Arts, who won the prize for painting. The other was Sculptor David K. Rubins who works in the Manhattan studio of...

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