PRINT June 1962


Henry J. Seldis has been the art critic for the Los Angeles Times for the past four years. Previous to that time he was art critic for the Santa Barbara News-Press and has been a lecturer of art at the University of California.

Alfred Frankenstein has been art and music critic of the San Francisco Chronicle since 1934. He is also lecturer in American art at the University of California, lecturer in American studies at Mills College, and program annotator for the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. This summer he will teach at the Salzburg Seminar in American Studies.

Frankenstein was born in Chicago, is a graduate of the University of Chicago, and began his career as a member of the faculty there. He has also taught at Stanford, Harvard, and the University of Hawaii. He has contributed very widely to the daily press and to professional journals in the United States, Europe, and South America,

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