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October 27, 1958
Autumn's rainy days have always driven children indoors to seek amusement—and this 18th century boy building his house of cards could find many a modern-day counterpart on a wet afternoon. French painter...
May 26, 1958 | Harry Phillips
It's great," Bill Corum said, "and we're proud to have it." Mr. Corum was thanking SPORTS ILLUSTRATED for the 10-foot-long original of Roy Doty's drawing of the grandstand at Churchill Downs (SI, April 28), now on...
March 31, 1958
A 19th century French painter long ignored by the American public, Georges Seurat is generating a good deal of excitement this year. A comprehensive exhibition of his works, now hanging in the Museum of Modern Art in...
November 11, 1957
The paintings on these pages, by untutored and often itinerant artists of an earlier day in our country's history, form a part of the priceless heritage we know as American "primitives." Unknown and all but lost in...
May 27, 1957 | John McDonald
John Langley Howard, who pictures the Berners' flies in such meticulous detail on the following pages, is an artist known for his extraordinary, almost three-dimensional realism. Because the minute details of these...