Los Angeles

Group Show

Martin Janis Gallery

The Martin Janis Gallery exhibits its stock atelier-style, and does not put on one-man or group shows organized around a theme. All media are represented, but in general, the gallery is strongest in drawings and graphics by internationally recognized names. There are several examples of Picasso’s “Suite Vollard”; there is a de Kooning sketch of a cat; Matta is represented by a handsome drawing in his later style; Charles Birchfield’s 1917 drawing of trees and houses is very good-looking; Klee, Lautrec, Pechstein, Rouault and Braque are also represented. Several paintings by Louis Eilshemius are also on hand.

H. J. Weeks

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