Art: Mrs. Logan Keeps Mum

Mrs. Frank G. Logan got so hopping mad when the Chicago Art Institute gave the Logan prize to Doris Lee's painting Thanksgiving that she founded a group called Sanity in Art to fight against "insane" modern art. That was in 1935. Since then Chicago artists have kept a leery eye on Mrs. Logan, especially on the day when the Logan prize ($500) is awarded.

Last week the Logan prize went to a piece of sculpture, Kneeling Women by Abbott Lawrence Pattison, now in the Naval Reserve Midshipmen's School in Chicago. There was not a peep from...

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