Art: Film Painter

The career of Walt Disney has given many artists something new to think about. They like to think that movie animation is in its infancy, that Silly Symphonies are preludes to Serious Symphonies which will employ all the resources of painting wedded to music and cinemaction. The obstacle that many of them bleat about: no film company will back anything but popular entertainment. Last week in London an original artist named Len Lye, working on a shoestring, crashed through with an animated movie called Color Flight which previewers hailed as art, as entertainment,...

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