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    The heat is on, and despite air-conditioning and surface appearances of considerable exhibition activity, nature is having her usual way with summer patronage of museums and galleries. The latter are still rolling with a noticeable slump in buying in the wake of the vast stock market “readjustment.” Many would argue that this is all to the good, that, conceivably, many forced prices and reputations will find a truer level considerably below what some dealers have manipulated in the region’s art-hungry market.

    Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, as is its annual wont, has trotted out batches of its

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