Art: Dahlov

Like most children, little Dahlov Zorach scribbled pictures when she was three years old. Unlike most children, she was a sculptor's daughter. Fond Father William Zorach began saving all her work he could lay his hands on, kept on saving it. Result: A unique exhibition last week (at the Young People's Gallery in Manhattan's Museum of Modern Art) which showed 19 years of an artist's growth.

Neither her parents nor the art instructors at her progressive schools ever tried to teach Dahlov. She went her own gait, shifting happily about from crayons to lithographs, wood carving to ceramics, water colors to oils....

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