Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on September 10, 1972 · Page 15
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September 10, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 15

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t ISA-Sept, l^jm^yfr Ga^Mail i Chtrlwftm, W«t "'-,-- t , Art Museum'Family Affair 9 WASHINGTON-WfV-The Phil- } lips Collection, the first museum! Asirio in the United States devoted toimodern modern art, is about to get itsitrv th a third director in 5 * stayin S in the When il observed its 50th an- ' the oldest the coun- also one of . a o , Director Perrv Rathbone of the Boston " FOR THE GREATEST VACATION OF A LIFETIME! Sail On The 22nd Annual VIRGINIA CRUISE" --The Only One Of Its Kind-ABOARD THE GREATEST SHIP IN THE WORLD QUEEN ELIZABETH 2 from America's New Cruise Port NORFOLK, VIRGINIA JANUARY 20, 1973 Norfolk is only 1 hour and 53 minutes flying-time trom Charleston, West Virginia, o r a day of pleasant driving. Free transportation from airport to the east coast s most convenient pier facility. Insured indoor parking at the pier only $ 1 .00 per day. Call your travel agent. Today. r · c I L. Virginia Cruise Corporation · Dept. CW-1, 1530 Maritime Towers Norfolk, Virginia 23510 Sirs: Please send me the FREE color brochure on the 22nd Annual "Virginia Cruise" From Norfolk. Name... Address City..... .State Zip My travel agent is Address 1 i I J ·of British . Iheard the remark, 'The Phillips myersary^a yearj-md a half ago,(Collection is my favorite museum in America if not in the entire world 1 ? That remark is a refrain." The principal reason is that the collection retains the homelike atmosphere it had when it opened to the public in 1921 as one gallery in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Phillips. PHILLIPS? whose'grandfather was a co-founder of the Jones Laughlin Steel Co., dedicated j his life to his art collection from shortly after his graduation from Yale in 1908 until his death on May 9, 1966. His widow, Marjorie, a painter of considerable talent, succeeded him as director. Now she plans to retire next month and pass the title on to their son, Laughlin. The privately endowed collection equals or surpasses that of public museums in all but the largest cities. A list of major acquisitions in the years 1916-70 numbers more than 760, only a fraction of which can be exhibited at one time. It is generous in lending pictures to other galleries for special exhibitions, and in turn has I sponsored a continuing series of i loan shows. One of the most distinguished' of these, for the anniversary LAUGHLIN PHILLIPS New Director finest Impressionist painting in the United States-a shimmering mass of color 51 by 68 inches in size. Because they were pioneers in last year, more than Reinstatement Of Policeman Is Ordered PITTSBURGH-J/PV-A city policeman who claims he was kicked off the force six years ago after uncovering a prostitution protection racket involving other policemen has beeii ordered reinstated by the courts. In an eight-page decision., Common Pleas Judge John P.j Hosier cleared officer Paul J. Walsh Jr. of charges of "unsatisfactory conduct," and ordered that his reinstatement be retroactive to July 20, 1967. If the ruling stands, Walsh would be eligible .for at least $46.000 in back pay, and perhaps as much as $55,000. According to Walsh's testimony in his suit against the Civil Service Commission, a fellow officer framed him after he discovered that the officer was he had arrested tred to tell himipleted a year of law school «t j that they had paid protection. JDuquesne University. Walsh de- ! Since his dismissal, Walsh has! c i lned to say , f he p i anned t , held various jobs and has com-i return to police work. Walsh said the officer, whom ~-WUHUU uivj TT^* ^ j/ivncti a til *-v · v.* w\4 ujai. me viiiwri w GO collecting modern French art atj coverm g U P f ? r otner policemen a time when prices were a |^° were taking protection pay- fraction of those today, Duncan °^TM m ^^ and Marjorie Phillips were able fcTM ^VL^ to buy it on a 1923 trip to Paris!criminal conspiracy,"liecTto"po- for S125,000-the most they ever^'ce authorities, charging that itj paid for a single work. i actually was Walsh who was The Phillips acquired 12 paint-i f a k i n S the payoffs i n r r e K.1F (~* r*.n.vtrt~.*. T » _ ~ , I Tlurt r * f f ! n n » t t T - ings by Georges Braque between 1928 and 1965. There are 12 charming pictures by Paul Klee, four by Edouard Degas, The officer, Walsh said, still works for the city. Walsh, then a member of the! vice squad, said he found out! IQOI. jcm, uwpie^yeu more man ----*- '""· "j uuuumu i_/egd», viue squad, saiu ne tounu out !30 oils and a like number of! tnree b y Vincent van Gogh, fivejabout the protection scheme t i r n f f\v*nr\Tnvr* n « J J*.... . * _ _ , _ I rW T^aHIn T^lon C-CT* I 1 . f i t . . . . . watercolors and drawings by Paul Cezanne. It traveled to the Art Institute of Chicago and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts which helped to sponsor it. * * * JOH N REWALD, art historian and biographer of Cezanne anc other artists, wrote in the cata logue for that exhibition: "The Phillips Collection, without the resources of many other museums, is still the most endearing one in this country, a museum with which the first contact is fondly remembered by all who have gone there to study famous and much reproduced canvases but discovered, with surprise and delight, that it is also a place where pictures :an be enjoyed." Duncan Phillips once wrote that his goal was "an intimate gallery where art can be at home," and this has remained Lhe key to its charm, although the family moved out in 1930 when the c o l l e c t i o n overwhelmed the living quarters. As its holdings continued to grow, a new wing was added in 1930 to the 1897 house, located iear Massachusetts Avenue's Embassy Row. But there are still comfortable chairs and so- 'as, carpeting and green plants. My a few years ago did ash- rays disappear, by decree of the insurers. THE NEW wing" houses the collection's foremost showpiece, Auguste Renoi's "Luncheon of '.he Boating Party." perhaps the by Pablo Picasso. ! when many of the 11 prostitutes USED SINGERS IN 1972 MODEL FREIGHT DAMAGED CABINETS FULL PRICE $39.95 ,« \ W D I T T E R M S A V A I L A B L E SEWS PERFECTLY ONLY A FEW SCRATCHES HERE AND THERE FREE SEWING LESSONS FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION HOURS: MON.-9to9 TUE. THRU SAT. 9 t o 7 GKjtR NOW SEWING CENTERS FABRIC SHOP 161 SUMMERS ST. 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