John Canaday on art

July 1978
New Republic;7/8/78-7/15/78, Vol. 179 Issue 2/3, p30
Focuses on the works of art contained in the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Description of Anthony Caro's welded metal sculpture; James Rosati's large, white angular sculpture which is an excellent example of too much harmony; Demonstration of the flexibility of the exhibition galleries with movable walls and a variety of ceiling heights; Combination of paintings, sculptures, drawings and prints in "The Splendor of Dresden".


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