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- 5 - Other notable paintings include a 13-year old boy's interpretation of a residential street punctuated by gauntly-abstract trees; a 10-year old boy's farm scene in the manner of a modern "primitive," an 8-year old girl's joyous depiction of a rag dolls' dance; and a 13-year old youth's airy and free-spirited impression of a refinery appropriately entitled "Fantasy in Oil." All in all, a most appealing exhibition -- and perhaps a roll call of future artists of America. NORMAN SMITH * * * * * [[underline]]CURRENT AMERICAN ART EXHIBITIONS[[/underline]] [[underline]]New York City[[/underline]] ALAN GALLERY | GEORGE COHEN -- September 28 - October 17 ARKEP GALLERY | DAVID ATKINS, BEN ROSS, ISADORE EICHEN, HELMUT KALLWEIT, JACK PREZANT -- September CONTEMPORARIES GALLERY | Drawings: HAROLD ALTMAN -- September 14 - October 3 CONTEMPORARY ARTS GALLERY | Paintings & Sculpture for distribution to Collectors of American Art, Inc. -- September ANDRE EMMERICH GALLERY | Paintings by FERBER, FRANKENTHALER, LEVEE, SCHAPIRO, STAMOS, VINCENTE, YUNKERS -- September 21 onwards GRAHAM GALLERY | Group show -- September GRAND CENTRAL GALLERY | 150 Paintings by famous American Artists -- September KENNEDY GALLERY | American Paintings of 19th Century -- September [[underline]]Massachusetts[[/underline]] BOSTON MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS | "American Prints Today, 1959" -- Sept. 15 - Oct. 15 | "Form Givers at Mid-Century" -- Sept. 22 - Oct. 22
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