International studio — 55.1915

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The Passing Show


RHAPSODIE

BY JONAS LIE

The passing
show
BY
W. H. DE B. NELSON
I. BROOKLYN EX-
HIBITION

The Brooklyn Institute
Museum scored an unpre-
cedented success with its
recent invited exhibition,
which has attracted enor-
mous attention amongst
art enthusiasts who have
hitherto looked to the
Carnegie Institute and the
Pennsylvania Academy as
the only media for such a
rich display of contempo-
rary American art. The
long western gallery, ex-


GIRL WITH THE
PINK BOW

BY MARY
CASSATT

cellently lighted and par-
titioned off so as to form a
number of diminutive gal-
leries, offered the oppor-
tunity for admiring groups
.of paintings, undisturbed
by discordant companion-
ship. The keynote of this
praiseworthy enterprise
was the sanity of the col-
lection, the outlawing of
the ultra modern and the
ultra antique combined
with superb hanging. That
it will be the precursor of
still more important an-
nual exhibitions goes with-
out saying and it behooves
New York now more than
ever to look to its laurels,
especially when new facili-

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