Art: Pictures on Parade

On the principle that good neighbors should hand pictures of themselves across the sea, Nelson Rockefeller's Committee for Cultural Relations with Latin America is shipping boatloads of good modern U.S. art from one Latin-American capital to the next. Earlier this summer, shows opened in Mexico City and Buenos Aires.

Last week a third caravan of contemporary U.S. paintings set up its wares in Bogotá, capital of Colombia.

On opening night, Bogotá's exhibition attracted 600 distinguished Colombians, including President Eduardo Santos. The audience quickly found a favorite in Eugene Speicher's elegant portrait of Katharine...

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