Richard Schmid and his Influence

by Matthew Innis |

For one week this June, the Salmagundi Club in New York City will host the exhibit entitled  Richard Schmid & His Influence:  Childhood Innocence.  Obviously, as the show’s title indicates, the topic of children and the trappings of youth is the pictorial thread which unifies the individual works of Schmid and the other twelve artists…

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