Art: George & Arthur

Modern painting is less than 30 years old in the U. S. It has already produced a slim collection of artists whose eminence no intelligent critic in 1936 would dream of challenging. Manhattan's 57th Street, commercial centre of the U. S. art world, last week decorously hailed the opening of the Season with memorial exhibitions of the work of two of these recently canonized masters. At the Kleemann and Keppel Galleries respectively appeared the works of the late Arthur Bowen Davies, the late George Wesley Bellows.

Beyond the fact that they were contemporaries,...

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