Art: Two Exhibits

Having painted in almost every conceivable manner almost everything which lies upon the surface of the earth, painters are still at liberty to go under the sea for subjects. One such is Olive Earle, whose more decorative paintings of its teeming and extraordinary life were shown last week in Brooklyn. Her Bermuda group contained an oil canvas of the strange Deep Sea Squirrel Fish; from California, she had retrieved Kelp at Santa Catalina; her water colors included a portrait of Sea Anemones, bending in a warm current, and a cool atmospheric painting, Color under Sea.

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