Art: Violence

The wind seems to blow in all directions at once, the sky is usually spattered with flights of birds, and people pursue their business or pleasure with bounce and intensity in the paintings of Doris (''Doric") Emrick Lee. Even a sleeper sleeps so soundly that he looks dead, and a woman threading a sewing machine is obviously incapable of fatigue. When young Mrs. Lee's bustling kitchen scene, Thanksgiving, was awarded the Chicago Art Institute's $500 Logan prize last autumn, Mrs. Frank Logan pointed her finger in scorn, called it an "awful thing'' (TIME, Nov. 18). Shortly thereafter the...

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