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Before to the establishment of the New York School in the 1940s, there has always been a popular belief among the snobs of old European (and a few snobs on this side of the Atlantic, as well) that the art produced in the U.S. was purely derivative and lacked genuine originality in conception and style. In this 1922 one page article some of these Europeans and Americans step forward and identify themselves while continuing to crack wise on the topic; however, the editors of 'Art News' will not suffer this abuse and they return fire offering plenty of evidence to the contrary.

     


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Is There an American Art? (Current Opinion, 1922)

Is There an American Art? (Current Opinion, 1922)

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