Art: UPTOWN: Apr. 24, 1964

JACQUES VILLON—Goldschmidt, 1125 Madison Ave. at 84th. The third major New York showing since his death last fall reveals that Villon, with artful agility, traced nature's rhythms on paper before transforming them in paintings and prints: 39 watercolors and drawings, media seldom displayed during his lifetime. Through April 25.

GEORGES BRAQUE—Four galleries bring together the largest showing of his work ever—some 200 paintings and sculptures on loan from American collections.

> At Saidenberg, 1035 Madison Ave. at 79th: Fauvist and cubist works.

> At Perls, 1016 Madison Ave. at 78th: the '20s.


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