Art: Art in New York: Apr. 10, 1964


MARINO MARINI — Auslander, 1078 Madison Ave. at 81st. Man-on-horse formed Marini: as a youth he admired Donatello's equestrian Gattamelata, as a man he observed Dictator Benito Mussolini. Combining themes, he carved out a lesser heroism: his sculptures show stumbling horses and fearful men. In this show are some of the sculptures, but twelve lithographs, paired with his wife's poetry, and ten oils on paper show a purer image of horse and rider charging, falling, rising again with more courage than their predecessors. Through April 25.

GEORGES BRAQUE. The artistic revolutionary who, with another...

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