Art: Little Louvre

At the New York World's Fair, where ten minutes apiece suffice for a shining view of anything from milking a cow to the World of Tomorrow (see p. 10), visitors last week inspected a new panorama in 25 neat stages. In value per square foot it topped all other exhibits at the Fair; in cultural merit it was one of the few at which none could carp. It consisted of 400 paintings by the finest masters who worked in Europe between 1300 and 1800 A.D.

Not a Fair corporation enterprise, this little Louvre advertised nothing...

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