San Francisco

Antonio Sotomayor

de Young Museum

This artist, primarily an illustrator and stage designer, was also formerly a cartoonist with a high ability to catch a likeness (a very necessary virtue in this particular art form). In his large exhibition of small works at this museum he again demonstrates his ability to catch a likeness, this time of other artists, Eugene Berman, Dalí, Henry Moore and Dufy.

John Coplans

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