Hilton Kramerfrom German
Drawings from the Museum Collection
4 December 1966
By Hilton Kramerfrom German
FEW objects of our culture so completely and succinctly exemplify the disparate levels of interest that now converge on works of art as contemporary art books. In these handsome overweight tomes, with their impossible pretensions and very real accomplishments, the worlds of scholarship and glamor, of informed taste and blind, bedazzled innocence, mingle with a cheerful camaraderie.
New York Times • page BR2 • 1,801 words