Art: Carnegie Exhibition

The Carnegie Institute's annual international exhibition at Pittsburgh is one of the world's most important affairs. Yet at this year's opening last week, with 253 European and 128 U. S. paintings shown, little brilliancy, little power appeared.

First prize ($1,500 & gold medal) went to André Derain, a French modernist. His picture was a still-life of two dead game birds on a table, with a rifle beside them. Composition and brush work are sure; technique is deft.

Another still-life won the second prize ($1,000). Painter is Pedro Pruna, Spaniard.


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