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The Church in Industrial Society
Among this week's items are:
' WORKERS' WEEK ' AT HAYES. MIDDLESEX: The local Roman Catholic community is holding meetings and services this week to present the challenge of the Faith to industrial society
METHODISM AND INDUSTRY: Hubert Hoskins reports on a visit to the Industrial Mission. College, and Community Centre at Luton
NEWS COMMENT: by the Rev. W. B. J. Martin

Contributors

Unknown:
Rev. W. B. J. Martin

A series of conversations about nine famous pictures and some of the aesthetic, technical, and historical questions associated with them
6-A Contemporary Painter
Seated Woman
PABLO PICASSO
(born 1881) in the Tate Gallery, London
In the last of these programmes the speakers talk about the work of a living painter, known to most of them personally, who has been responsible for not one but many new idioms of painting and who has achieved a unique position in his own lifetime. In conclusion, they suggest that newcomers to contemporary painting must be prepared to learn its language before they can begin to enjoy it.
Speakers:
SIR PHILIP HENDY
Director of the National Gallery
SIR JOHN ROTHENSTEIN
Director of the Tate Gallery
MICHAEL AYRTON and PATRICK HERON both painters
To accompany the series a thirty-two-page pamphlet has been prepared, containing thirty-five illustrations and explanatory text. It can be obtained through book-sellers and newsagents, or by sending a crossed postal order for 3s. Od. (not stamps) to [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Pablo Picasso
Unknown:
Sir Philip Hendy
Unknown:
Sir John Rothenstein
Unknown:
Michael Ayrton
Unknown:
Patrick Heron

Network Three

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