July 21, 1975 Mr. William I, Homer, Department of Art History, Dear Mr. Homer: No, the Loie Fuller exhibition was mainly of Rodin sculpture (See The New York Times May 9, 1903 - I carelessly neglected to put down the page number, but the article is headed: 'The Art of Rodin'). This exhibition was held at the National Arts Club, 'visible by card of members until the 16th,' and although the review above deals mainly with the sculpture, there were on display 'plaster casts, bronzes, marbles, drawings, and paintings by the master impressionist and a few kindred artists,' A further coiranent: 'never before have so many of the Rodin sculptures been shown here at the same time' The P. C. Smith exhibition sounds most interesting. Best George C. Pratt Director of Publications
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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