San Francisco

Estelle Chaves

Artists Co-Op

Miss Chaves paints with rigorous precision the abandoned and peopleless Italianate street scene or view through the window to the empty boats and beach. There is little doubt of her virtuosity but one is curious to know what kind of a painter this young Californian would be if she dropped her borrowed mannerism. At the same gallery Ada Garfinkel shows a number of abstracts and Jean Kalisch some cubistic illustrations of the city scene.

John Coplans

 

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