Art: Sneak Preview

Of all the nation's art students, from discontented debutantes to determined G.I.s, only a handful will ever make the grade. But the future of U.S. art rests with that handful. Last week the Addison Gallery at Andover, Mass. staged a sneak preview of what some of the more promising students are up to. Gallery Director Bartlett Hayes Jr. had arranged a similar cross-section show last year (TIME, Aug. 16, 1948); this year he invited 25 schools not represented in the first exhibition to submit their prize work. The entries covered the U.S. from Oregon to Alabama, included a smattering of good...

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