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Elisabeth Luther CARY

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Summer Exhibition: Painting and Sculpture


29 June 1930

WHAT HAS BEEN CHOSEN; Collectors, Who Depend Upon Their Own Standards in Making Selections

By Elisabeth Luther CARY

RETROSPECTIVE exhibitions incline one to retrospective meditations. Boundless curiosity, an almost intoxicating sense of human capacity, belief in a great future for humanity, delight in discovery, faith in life: these are ...

New York Times • page 107 • 1,771 words