Art: Opinions

Homer Saint-Gaudens, Art Director of the Carnegie Institute of Pittsburgh and son of Augustus Saint-Gaudens, doughty and prolific chiseler of historical personages, last week stepped off a boat in Manhattan, recited some opinions on European Art.

Modern German Art. "Because of the fact that paintings are not really purchased in Germany any more . . . artists are creating essays on the neurasthenic horrors of existence. ..."

French Artists "are attempting to turn a perfectly natural desire for decoration into an intellectual exercise, which it is not. ..."

Modern British Art. "I believe that the...

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