Art: Matisse To U. S.

At the Carnegie Institute International Exhibition in 1927, the first prize was awarded to Henri Matisse for his Still Life. Last week, according to Director of Fine Arts Homer Schiff Saint-Gaudens, the Carnegie Institute had successfully settled a second wreath on the wrinkled Matisse brow. Modernist Matisse would, it was announced, along with two other European and three U. S. artists, serve on the 1930 Carnegie jury; in order to do so, he would pay his first visit to the U. S.

The fact that Matisse has so far found it unnecessary to make a westward crossing of the Atlantic is a...

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