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WORK OF MRS. McKEAN TO BE IN ART DISPLAY SOON

Harvard Society for Contemporary Art Announces Exhibition--Will Include Sculpture and Painting

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With the present exhibition of wirework drawing to a close, the Harvard Society for Contemporary Art has announced that the work of Mrs. Quincy A. Shaw McKean will be on display from Saturday to February 22.

Mrs. McKean, who paints under her maiden name, Margarett Sargent, is prominent in Boston society. She has studied under the sculptor, George Luks, as well as under some prominent painters. The display, which will be held as usual in the rooms of the society in the Harvard Cooperative Building, will consist of sculpture, drawings, pastelles, and oil and water color paintings. There will be about 35 paintings and 20 drawings on exhibition.

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