Arts: Three Painters

Three painters, each of whom has made a precise, individual contribution to the U. S. Art of this day, exhibited, last week, in Manhattan. The public viewed with respect the works of Painters Daniel Garber, Nichola Fechin, and A. H. Garson.

Daniel Garber is essentially a painter of countrysides−gentle and spacious landscapes touched with the glamor of an April reticence, the regretful mists of fading summer, old houses, lanes, bridges, windless leaves enchanting a forest avenue. He paints on a toned canvas with a short stroke, a small brush. Shining spots of canvas...

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