Edward Hopper is showing 16 oils and Kenneth Hayes Miller 31 etchings and drawings at the Whitney Studio Club, 147 West 4th St. through Jan. 27.
The oils of Mr. Hopper, for the most part views in Paris, are truthful and sympathetic, carefully and thoughtfully executed and good in color. Stronger, and as truthful, are the portrayals of the rocky Monhegan cliffs and the weather-beaten old houses of the Maine island.
Mr. Miller's drawings and etchings are, with few exceptions, of the female nude and are characterized by good line and correct draughtsmanship. If not inspiring, they are faithful artistic performances.American Art News, 18 (January 24, 1920), p. 3.M.