Art: Summer Shows

Art flourishes among the baby carriages and second-run movie houses of The Bronx (see above), as well as among the stone villas of Newport, R. I., the studios of Old Lyme, Conn. But in summer colonies, exhibitions are likely to be as much social as artistic events, with tea served on the terrace, concerts played in an adjoining room, and summer visitors exchanging greetings in the gallery. Last week summer shows, in full swing from Southhampton, L. I. to Ogunquit, Me., surprised critics with their variety, the number of first-rate artists exhibiting, the high level of the work exhibited.

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