Letters, Jul. 17, 1950

Scanning Picasso

Sir:

You have done a service in presenting your story on Picasso and the French artists in the Venice biennial [TIME, June 26] in such a relatively sober and thoughtful manner . . .

EDGAR C. SCHENCK

Director

Albright Art Gallery

Buffalo, N.Y.

Sir:

. . . One of the best and most sensible discussions of modern art yet . . .

LLOYD HALVERSON

Medford, Ore.

Sir:

Your beautiful color reproductions . . . were a new high for TIME . . .

EDWARD WINTER

Cleveland, Ohio

Sir:

A good trial run for your new scanning color-separator. If it can scan Picasso, it can stand anything.

LOUIS EAGAN

New Orleans, La.

Sir:

Ernest...

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