David G. Lowe

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February 1966

Three long-lost paintings of Washington in action (above, at Germantown) were part of G.W.P. Custis’ lifelong effort to glorify the foster father he adored

October 1966

The bleak future of Hudson County’s lovely old seat of government illustrates the threat to our heritage of beauty from a generation that neither builds nor remembers well

October 1967

Harry Jackson's painting gives the canvas a voice.

June 1969

During World War I Childe Hassam painted New York in all its patriotic glory

October 1969

The Utopian Swedish colony at Bishop Hill, Illinois, lasted only sixteen years. But in Olof Krans’s strange and evocative paintings it has a kind of immortality