Art: Master's Master

Few of the faddists who go in for cork & chicken wire interiors and applaud any edifice devoid of decoration as an example of "modern" architecture realize that "modern" architecture is more than a half century old, has possibly already entered its senescence. So old is "modernism," in fact, that its first master died eleven years ago. Last week his first biography was in the hands of students and a few others interested in the life and works of Louis Henry Sullivan. A professor of art and archeology at Dartmouth, Hugh Morrison, author...

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