Ring Around the Roses

Young, Stark
September 1939
New Republic;9/24/39, Vol. 100 Issue 1294, p189
Entertainment Review
Reviews the painting exhibition "World of Tomorrow," in the U.S. Appreciation of the exhibition for representing one of the great epochs in the history of European painting; Comment on the display of paintings at the exhibition; Disappointment expressed by the author that the visitor must buy a catalogue to get information about the paintings; Information on painters whose works are displayed at the exhibition.


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