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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - May 18, 1959, Long Beach, California                               Learned Art By ELISK EMERY "Seeing is an art lost to our Jules Lungsner old Junior League members iteeting Friday morning nt Virginia Country Club. "Looking is something very different; we look habitually n order to accomplish some- hing else. But in seeing we seek to discover the nature, he pattern and meaning of :he thing seen. Perhaps it is our industrialized civilization that has divorced us from our environment; we must delib erately, consciously make an effort to learn to see, just as we learn to swim. It is this search for relationships ol form, color, line, texture that tantalizes the artist and con- stitutes his particular ability.' Langsner, Southern Califor- nia art critic for Art News Magazine, used numerous slides to illustrate his discus MON.-SUN. MAY 18-24 California DATE NUT LOAF (Reg. 55c) ea. Twisted, raised doughnut CRULLERS (Reg 35c) pkg. of 6 294 ORANGE BLOSSOM ICE CREAM (1.29 Value) LOOK FOR THE BLUE SIGN OF QUALITY BAKERY PRODUCTS Vnn de Komp's BAKERIES YOU '.AN LOOK LOVELIER Famous I-Price PERMANENTS Mothinelest Cold Wave Creme Shampoo and Wave. Includes creme rinse BEE'S Beaaiy Shop 2337 LONG BEACH BLVD. GA 1-1616 rt." on of "The Adventure impact of his experi- ences. Vision is a kind of language that can say ninny things in many ways. It is a way of enlarging one's self The league program was one in a series designed to foster interest in civic and cultural activities. Mrs. Rich- ard J. Burdge presided at the business session; Mrs. Aimer- community arts presented the THE CLASSIC Japanese pproach to art, he said, is iunder than our modern one hich condones the hanging and experiences." a picture because it har- onizes with the wallpaper nd furnishings. "The Japanese have a spe- al niche in the home for sual contemplation. A low business se ible holds a flower arrange- on Field, ient. A picture is hung on chairman, IB wall to be studied and en- speaker. lyed. When the viewer has :udied it and meditated, it is oiled up and stored away. Ve, instead, place a painting nd leave it; in a week or two e no longer see is aken for granted and is just part of the background." Inviting comments from his udience, the art critic used ictures of two seemingly dis- imilar Dutch painters, the ontemporary Piet Mondrian nd 17th century Pieter de Hooch to show the analogy of heir technique in dealing vith the infinite relationships if areas. "THE EYE is an amazing nstrument. It reports wheth er or not an object is smooth or rough, hot or cold, light or >eavy, yet the eyeball does not reach out and touch the mm. Modern painters are in- trigued by the translation of mpressions into visual, pic- torial terms. Manet, about 1863, helped start this revo lution of the eye by his paint- ing, "Luncheon on the Grass." "Empress Eugenie looked at the unclad girls picnicking with their black-frocked es- corts and was shocked, yet at that moment, hanging in the Louvre, was an almost iden- tical scene against a Ren aissance background painted by Di Giorgio. The excitement was caused, not by the fi ures, but by the contempo- rary setting." Exploring the methods of Monet, Pissarro, Turner, Tou- louse-Lautrec, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Degas, Vuillard, Ma- tisse, Seurat, Picasso, Braque and others, Langsner said, "Each inaugurated new ideas, and each 'was of exceptional intelligence. We look over the artist's shoulder, we see through his eves, we feel the famous Tussy Deodorants Regularly Gentle, out oh, so perfect protection. Own Deodorant checks perspiration. Stops odor. Dainty cosmetic base. Regular price, Now.. Tuny Rclo-Magte Action rolls on day-long protection. Checka perspiration. Halts odor. Regular price, Jl.OO. TiiMy Stfck Deodorant contxinf control odor-causing bacteria all day. Kerdar price, flow... 4th and Pine 2164 Bellfiower Blvd. Phoia MRS. L. H. MURRAY Volunteer Is Given Aware In a special award pres- entation ceremony at Long Beach Vet erans Adminis- tration Hospital, .Mrs. Louis H. Murray of 2846 Vista St., was presented with a silver pin from the VA for having served volunteer hours at the hos- pital. Mrs. Murray is active in several serv i c e organiza- tions and is a past VAVS representative for V F W Auxiliary at the Hospital. She.also has functioned as national pres ident ol Ladies Auxiliary of Fleel Reserve Assn., president ol Long Beach Moffett VFW Auxiliary, president of Sis- ter Kenny Auxiliary, presi- dent of Unit 133, Fleet Reserve Auxiliary, and is active in Navy Wives Clubs of A m e r i c a- am Nautical Club. Her hus band is a retired nava! officer. Sigmas1 Party Sigmas (wives of Sigma Chi alumni) will celebrat their seventh anniversar with a guest luncheon am fashion show at Balboa Bay Club, Newport Beach Thursday. Festivities wil begin with cocktails pre ceding the luncheon Mrs. Glen E. Horrie, chair man, is being assisted by Mrs. A. Mack Scott an  sert card party Thursday noon at 124 W. 14th St. INTRODUCTORY OFFER BY A m "Purse Size" bottle of 'Lady Esther Hand Body Lotion FREE with the 4 oz. regular bottle. 'NOW YOU NEED ONLY ONE LOTION TO CORRECT AND PROTECT' This delicately scented lotion soothes, smooth! chapped hands and tough dry Ifgn. A little goes a long way... costs pennies a day. Send for FREE beauty booklet. Lady Esther, West 66th St., Dept. 1, CHcigo 38 III OWL   

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