Religion: The Lively Answer

Who are the hundred leading artists in the world today? That is a good journalistic question, and Canadian-born Lord Beaverbrook, 84, Britain's most opinionated publisher, believes that a good journalistic question deserves an answer. Last week the Beaver's answer went on view at his modern little Beaverbrook Art Gallery in Fredericton, N.B.

To organize the show, Beaverbrook assigned John Richardson, 39, art critic of his London Evening Standard. Richardson drew up a list of 200 artists, then whittled it down to 102 in consultations with such authorities as Sir Kenneth Clark, former director of London's National Gallery, and Alfred Barr of Manhattan's...

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