by Charlie Finch
Jock Reynolds sighed. "Sometimes, Charlie, the best curations are the ones for which you barely lift a finger." Last year, the eminent historian David McCullough, Yale ’55, and Mr. Reynolds, director of the Yale Art Gallery, were discussing a chapter of McCullough’s new tome, The Greater Journey
(to be published next month), about American artists and writers such as Mary Cassatt and James Fenimore Cooper, who lived in Paris during the 19th Century.