Art: Summer's Fruits

One reason the art "season"' begins in Manhattan at the end of September is that by that time prospective buyers are back in town. Another good reason is that most artists do their biggest wad of work in the summer, have it ready for exhibition in the autumn. By last week the first fruits of the old season were already tumbling into the lap of the new.

Juicy & Nocturnal. At the gallery of tall Bostonian Hudson D. Walker, watercolors by quiet Harry Glassgold pleased visitors with their dexterity and light-filled colors. In several of...

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