B.H. Haggin on the Metropolitan Opera

Haggin, B.H.
August 1975
New Republic;8/16/75, Vol. 173 Issue 7/8, p27
Informs that the work of New York's Metropolitan Opera is to keep valuable works of art for interested members of the public. Information on newly acquired paintings by the Opera; Revelation of lack of artistic taste of proprietor of Metropolitan Opera Rudolf Bing; Successor of Bing; Report that New York's Metropolitan Opera has the same function as its Metropolitan Museum of Art.


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