Berenson, Ruth
April 1976
National Review;4/2/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 11, p336
The article reflects on the trends in art in Soho, New York City in 1976. It discusses the impression of John Howell of the New York art scene as depicted in his book "Art-Rite." It cites examples of art works that fall in the category of neo-romanticism, abstract expressionism and photo-realism featured in several art museums. It comments on several sculptural works that can be categorized as neo-romantic. It describes the American Indian portraits of Fritz Scholder as exuding monumentality and strength.


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