The Painting of the Sixties

Getlein, Frank
April 1962
New Republic;4/16/62, Vol. 146 Issue 16, p29
Focuses on the theme of paintings of 1960's in the U.S. Indication of mutual sincerity of the works; Demonstration of mutual preoccupation and personality; Introduction of illuminating art work; Information on various art exhibitions in the country; Creation of atmosphere of intelligence and tolerance by these shows; Description of various paintings.


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