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-8- [[underlined]]Minnesota[[/underlined]] WALKER ART CENTRE Sculpture by KATHERINE NASH -- Until October 11 "Art of Animation" -- Until October 11 [[underlined]]New Mexico[[/underlined]] TAOS ART GALLERY Original Paintings by G. BROWING, O'CAL HANSON, THOMAS L. LEWIS, FREDERIC MIZEN, LEON FRANKS, BOB TAYLOR, NELL WALKER WARNER, GEORGE PHIPPEN, and the late BERT PHILLIPS -- September [[underlined]]New York State[[/underlined]] ALBRIGHT GALLERY OLMSTED - Selections from the Seymour H. Knox Collection -- September 1 - October 15 [[underlined]]Ohio[[/underlined]] CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF ART Ceramic International -- September 29 - November 1 [[underlined]]Pennsylvania[[/underlined]] PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART "American Prints Today" -- September 15 - October 25 [[underlined]]Washington, D.C.[[/underlined]] NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART Permanent Collection. Paintings and sculpture comprising the Mellon, Samuel H. Kress, Widener & Chester Dale Collections, with gifts from other donors, on main floor. Widner Collection of decorative arts is on the ground floor -- September * * * * * [[underlined]]U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES VOTES BILL TO ASSIST ART[[/underlined]] The U.S. House of Representatives has approved and sent to the White House for the President's signature a Bill designed to modernise old tariff laws as they affected art. It had the endorsement of the Department of State, Treasury and Commerce, the National Gallery of Art, the Commission of Fine Arts and the American Association of Museums. This is the latest move to amend statutes that have curbed the entry of much good art into the United States. * * * * *
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