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Art critic Clayton Boswell summarized the hopeful feelings that the mid-century art world had invested in the invention of color television:

"This is what the art world has been waiting for - in the meantime struggling with the futility of attempting to describe verbally visual objects over the air. Now art on the television will be on par footing with music. And what radio has done in spreading the appreciation of good music will be duplicated with fine art...Then indeed will Andrew Carnegie's dream of progress through education come true."


Color Television: Hand Maiden to Art... (Art Digest, 1945)

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