Art: Treasure

Philadelphia, the Sesquicentennial Exposition City, last week was the recipient of priceless largesses. This time, from the art-crammed Spanish-Citadel cornucopia, flowed some sixty masterpieces of the Spanish Renaissance; Velasquezes; Goyas; Murillos; Fortunys; Goya tapestries; modern paintings (many Sorollas) ; old wrought-iron; ceramics; gossamer Spanish mantillas; delicate rapiers; daggers; rugs; Renaissance furniture.

At the end of this month, a detachment of Royal Alabarderos, guards, will lend color and protection to the $30,000,000 Spanish exhibit.


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