The Harvard Society for Contemporary Art will put on exhibition today a group of water colors done by live Boston artists.
The display, which as usual will be held in the rooms of the society in the Harvard Cooperative Building, will consist of the works of Mrs. Percy Chase, C. G. Cutler, Charles Hopkinson '91, C. B. Pepper, and Harley Perkins.
Mrs. Percy Chase, who paints under the name, Marion Monks Chase, has just closed an exhibition of her painting in New York. Hopkinson is a well-known portrait painter who has turned to landscape for this exhibition, while Perkins is known for his former radical art criticism on the Boston Transcript.
The water colors, which are for the most part vivid and bright landscapes, will be supplemented by fifteen bronze heads done by Isamu Noguchi, a Japanese sculptor, who is exhibiting for the first time in Boston.
The exhibition, which will be open to the public as usual, will continue through March 15.
The Harvard Society for Contemporary Art also has announced the subjects of its remaining exhibits for the year. After the present exhibit will some a display of Modern Mexican Art. This will be followed by a show of Modern German paintings, mostly from the collection of Dr. Valentine, curator of the Detroit Museum of Fine Arts. The last exhibit will consist of examples of photography.