International studio — 81.1925

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WHERE NATURE REIGNS BY ANTHONY ANGAROLA

ANQAROLA'S Meditative ART

rhe impulse of this art A painter of the Middle what is beneath the surface
is a gentle one; its par- West whose approach to his of the landscape or houses
ticularrnoodisrnedita- a£m(Jst ioneer subjects [s a or figures presented on his
tion. 1 nese words trom a ,, canvases. 1 o look at such

printed appreciation of the gentle One & group of pictures as An-

paintings of Anthony An- ~BERI\f ARD TE EVAlNf garola was invited to show
garola are a gracious and at the Chicago Art Institute

complete summary of the work of an artist who, a year or so ago (the reproductions of his works
whether he paints a vista in northern Michigan, in these pages are all from that exhibition) is to
the backyards of simple Chicago dwellings, the feel that the gentle impulse and the meditative
exotic stir and confusion of a rural picnic, or a mood are rare indeed among American painters
portrait of a confessedly radical artist, does so in and that they are qualities making themselves felt,
a contemplative spirit that is always searching for riot with hammer strokes but with a force not to

four sixty-eigbt

SEPTEMBER I 9 2 J
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