Art: Rabbit Man

The Macbeth Gallery in New York, which has been presenting solid conservative U. S. painting for 40 years, had a one-man show of water colors, oils and prints last week. There were portraits, landscapes of Maine, Canada, North & South Carolina, and an effective series of diamond point etchings of West Virginia mountaineers with their cabins, their sad-eared mules, their hound dogs. But for all its felicity of line one fact alone lifted this exhibition into prominence. It was the work of Harrison Cady, known to millions of children as the Peter Rabbit Man (he has made some 7,000 drawings of...

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