The Whitney Studio Club is an unique American institution. It was started just twelve years ago. Since that time it has been the privilege of the Club to introduce to the public many talented artists who were not as well known as their talents warranted. It had its beginning in a singularly interesting period when the arts of the nation needed most careful fostering. Its primary purpose has been to form a bridge between the public and trained men and women who were engaged in working out in special medium problems closely allied with the cultural growth of the country.
The charter members included among others, Eugene Speicher, John Sloan, Guy Pene Du Bois, Blendon Campbell, Nan Watson, Allen Tucker. The first is one of the
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