MAKE-BELIEVE WORLD: Art, Apr. 5, 1954

BECAUSE they can immerse themselves wholeheartedly in a make-believe world, children make fine illustrators. The fact is being handsomely proved by a traveling exhibition of children's illustrations for the fairy tales of Hans Christian Andersen, who was born in Denmark 149 years ago last week. The show, a vast one to which 45 nations contributed, is divided into sections; this week part of it was on display at the New York Public Library, another part at the Municipal Art Gallery of Davenport, Iowa. Organized by a Danish welfare group, the exhibition is...

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