Art: U. S. Scene

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By last week, the U. S. art season was at its peak. In Manhattan there were no less than 70 exhibitions in progress. The public could see and buy practically anything it wanted. On 57th Street Edward Bruce was exhibiting the landscape technique and Chinese perspective he developed under the watchful eye of Maurice Sterne. Sir Francis Rose, Gertrude Stein's latest painter-protege, was showing his sultry canvases. The Museum of Modern Art was aflame with Van Goghs, Cezannes, Toulouse-Lautrecs. At the New School for...

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