Edward Bruce is able to render natural effects without becoming too literal. Even a clear-cut skyline is possible because he knows how to tie it into his composition through his understanding of design. In this sense he is modern and his Pear Tree, which received a First Honorable Mention at one of the recent Carnegie International Shows, is in our present exhibition of his work. [Dallas Art Notes, Vol. II Nos. 1 and 2, Autumn 1930]
Exact opening and closing dates for this exhibition are not known; exhibition was on view at some time in November 1930.
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