Art: Dean of Sculptors

The citizens of San Antonio, Texas turned out last week in admiring tribute to the dean of U.S. sculptors, Lithuanian-born William Zorach, 69, whose massive figures have for the past four decades decorated the U.S. scene. On view at the McNay Art Institute was a retrospective showing of 27 of Zorach's sculptures, photographs of his best-known works, and 65 of his drawings and watercolors, on loan from leading U.S. museums and collectors. Editorialized the San Antonio News: "The most beautiful and exciting sculpture that it has ever been our happy privilege to see." The San Antonio Express art critic enthusiastically agreed:...

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