Art: Surprise

One of the finest, cagiest and laziest painters is André Derain. His Por of Catherine Hessling, in the Chicago Institute, and his landscape. Southern 'in. the Phillips Memorial Gallery Washington, are perhaps the two most jobs of their kind owned in the S. A big, bland Frenchman with a love of fast automobiles (he owned five), a facile mastery of tech and a cold Norman disinclination to commit himself to artistic movements, 58-year-old Derain is France's particular among the moderns because he car on the glories of French tradition.

Last week Manhattan hopefuls crowded into the Marie Harriman Gallery to see Derain's...

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