A Letter From The Publisher, Apr. 22, 1957

THE Easter season had a special significance this year for the worshipers at Llandaff Cathedral in Wales. Gathered to witness the hallowing of the cathedral's restored nave, which was almost completely destroyed in a wartime bombing, they also watched the dedication of a striking new statue commissioned for the occasion. The sculptor: Sir Jacob Epstein, the U.S.-born artist who moved to Britain and became one of the world's greatest living artists. See ART, Of Hope and Peace.

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