Paul W. Schwartz

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Two Masters

Several weeks ago Picasso phoned his dealer Kahnweiller in a state of great excitement. He called to say he had

Two Modes

It has long been a tacit assumption of German scholarship that if something can be defined, it must therefore exist.

Picasso: The Bathers

At the age of seventy-eight the Maestro is not yet finished with concocting enigmas. For the past six decades we

Bloom and Levine

In that shattering, synthetic stillness which is Lamont, a moment of warmth has come to pass. Two of Boston's favorite

Student Collectors

There are probably almost as many reasons for collecting works of art as there are for producing them in the

Warren House

There are certain personalities in this world who are blessed with a special knack for shedding the prosaic and attracting

Yoshiaki Shimizu

There are two exhibitions in Cambridge this month which are totally independent of each other but which invite comparison. One


It seems strange that one's image of Aristide Maillol is that of an elderly man, of the master of Banyuls-sur-Mer

Primitive Art

It has been a long time since the first startling wave of African art made its way to Europe and

Lyonel Feininger

"Free man, you shall always love the sea," wrote Baudelaire. And it was the sea which animated the hand of


The art world at Harvard is still in a fairly embryonic state and is likely to remain so until Oregonian

Deutsche Kunst II

Every so often an administrative coup occurs in the art world in which some large-scale exhibition gets arranged, not according

Graphic Masters

No one need testify at this point to the genius of Albrecht Durer. The accolades, this time, go to the

Two Exhibits

The Christmas Show, an annual art world institution, has long been one of the more genteel commercial anticipations of December

Deutsche Kunst

When the Lurcy collection of modern French paintings went on sale in New York recently, bringing astronomical prices, these improbable,