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Busch-Reisinger Museum Gives Show of Undergraduate Work

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Paintings and drawings made by five undergraduates will be on exhibit at the Busch-Reisinger Museum until November 25. The show consists of 25 pictures. Ivan Chermayeff '54, Barrie Cooke '53, Charles A. Platt II '54, Dudley Uphoff '55, and George E. Woodman '54 contributed to the exhibition, which is sponsored by the Harvard Art Association.

The oils by Cook are in the Abe Ratner school except for one abstract is Duco enamels, while Chermayeff has experimented with design and abstract color block relationships. None of the paintings are "representational" art. This is the first showing of University students for over two years.

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