Art: Barilli of Belgrade

Thirty-two paintings by Yugoslavia's foremost woman artist were exhibited in Manhattan last week by the United Yugoslav Relief Fund. The artist: Milena Pavlovitch Barilli, who signs her pictures "Milena," is a cousin of Yugoslavia's young King Peter II.

Milena's pictures revealed a smooth, sculptural quality, a command of detail, a passion for realism possessed by few modern painters. They recall the 15th-Century Italians. In St. John, the artist's favorite, the almost incredible detail of the long golden locks of hair might have been done by the hand of Fra Filippo Lippi, the veins...

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