Art: Stone Men

Gallerygoers in half a dozen U.S. cities will soon find themselves face to face with a strange and disturbing race of men—huge, monolithic, slab-sided figures in stone and bronze, their heads little more than squared blocks, arms often missing or merged with their torsos. They are the work of Vienna-born Fritz Wotruba, 48,, Austria's leading sculptor and one of the few major new art talents to emerge from postwar Europe. Last week a 300-ton display of Sculptor Wotruba's monumental figures opened at Boston's Institute of Contemporary Art, the first stop before starting on...

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