Living Master

Coates, Robert M.
November 1961
New Yorker;11/25/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 41, p214
Entertainment Review
The article reviews the exhibition "Fifty Years of Lipchitz Sculpture," on view at the Otto Gerson Gallery in New York in November 1961.


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