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The Artist and his Public—7

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A Discussion between Eric NEWTON and ERNEST HOLLOWELL , Leader of a Manchester Listening Group
A half-way stage has now been reached in this series, which is really an exhaustive inquiry, not only into modern ' art, but into art in general. In six talks
Mr. Eric Newton , who is conducting the inquiry, has addressed the jury of listeners. He has tried to explain to the lay mind what the artist is getting at, what he sees and what he wants you to see. Mr. Newton has discussed ' Beauty ', and, in defence of the 'moderns ', reminded his listeners that the credo of Keats, ' Beauty is truth, truth beauty', can be applied to ugliness as well as to loveliness. He has discussed style, choice of medium, and craftsmanship.
And now this evening, before examining experts in later broadcasts, he is to put a layman in the box. And it should be absorbingly interesting to know what this layman—the leader of a listening group-makes of it all. Which school is he for ? The old or the new ? And is it a matter of his age ? Or is he dispassionate ? Is he puzzled ? What sort of questions will he ask Mr. Newton ? And what sort of questions will Mr. Newton ask him ?

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Unknown: Eric Newton
Leader: Ernest Hollowell
Unknown: Mr. Eric Newton

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