Art: Art in New York: Nov. 6, 1964

UPTOWN

KARL KNATHS—Rosenberg, 20 East 79th.

No surprises for those who are familiar with Knath's Cape Cod scenery—the lilacs in his backyard, deer feeding in the pines, light-splashed docks and shacks. What is perennially surprising, though, is the freshness that pours through his black-framed mosaic hues. Through Nov. 7.

JAMES HARVEY—Graham, 1014 Madison Ave. at 78th. Harvey, an abstract expressionist, is also a commercial artist, and he took a dim view of Pop Painter Andy Warhol's Brillo-box copies. Harvey, after all, had designed the original. Harvey's new paintings consist of whirling wheels of color that hang dizzily even from the ceiling. They look...

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