Art: Manhattan Galleries

In the coppery end-of-summer weather in Manhattan last week, suave vendors of art began to prepare their galleries along broad 57th Street and teeming Madison Avenue for the return from Salzburg, Paris, Vienna, London of the patrons by whose trade they live. Old and young art dealers were perking up despite the torpor of the stock market. Julien Levy, the introducer of Surrealist Salvador Dali (TIME, Dec. 14 et ante), pioneer in many a modern artist of fashion, announced the removal of his gallery into more spacious quarters on 57th Street. Meanwhile private and public galleries carried on with the last...

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