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[[underlined]]Niveau[[/underlined]] - 63 East 57th Street.
Oils, gouaches and watercolors by Chagall, Dufy, Matisse, Picasso,Utrillo, Vlaminck.  Through December 31.

[[underlined]]Perls[[/underlined]] - 32 East 58th Street.
15th Annual holiday show including paintings by Picasso, Matisse, Modigliani, Léger, Bombois, Bauchart and Eve.  Also bronzes by Maillol.  Through December.

[[underlined]]Rosenberg[[/underlined]] - 16 East 57th Street.
French artists: Courbet, Corot, Braque, Cézanne, Manet, Matisse, Picasso, Rouault.

[[underlined]]Curt Valentin[[/underlined]] - 32 East 57th Street.
Little-known works from Géricault and Daumier to Max Weber and André Masson.

[[underlined]]Ward Eggleston[[/underlined]] - 161 West 57th Street.
French landscapes by Nathalie Pervouchine.

[[underlined]]Wildenstein[[/underlined]] - 19 East 64th Street.
50th anniversary Jubilee Exhibition, inclusing 52 masterpieces of French painting from the 16th to the 20th century.  Through December 15.

[[underlined]]OUT OF TOWN EXHIBITIONS[[/underlined]]

[[underlined]]Baltimore Museum of Art[[/underlined]] - Baltimore, Maryland.
"From Ingres to Gauguin" - about 170 paintings, drawings and sculptures owned by museums and collectors in the State of Maryland.

[[underlined]]Chicago Merchandise Mart[[/underlined]] - Chicago, Illinois.
"Art Sacré" - an exhibition of French modern religious art and architecture, sponsored by the Cultural Division of the French Embassy, New York, presented in the United States under the auspices of the Liturgical Arts Society and circulated by the American Federation of Arts.  December 16 to January 3.

[[underlined]]Cleveland Museum of Art[[/underlined]] - Cleveland, Ohio
28 pastels and drawings by Odilon Redon, mostly from the period from 1900 to 1916, on loan from European private collections.

[[underlined]]Georges de Braux Gallery[[/underlined]] - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Paintings by Berthommé Saint-André.

[[underlined]]Nelson Gallery of Art[[/underlined]] - Kansas City, Missouri.
20 paintings by Soutine.

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