National Geographic : 1947 Jun
© National Geographic Society Carl Marty, Retired Swiss Cheese King, Turns to Art The canvas, in his home studio in Monroe, Wisconsin, pictures William Tell and his son. As a model, Mr. Marty used the famous bronze statue of Tell at Altdorf, Switzerland, where, tradition tells, the hero shot the apple from the boy's head. In foreground the Swiss flag is portrayed in flowers. nouacnromes oyJ.jDaylor uooers Deep, Vibrant TonesEmerge from aGiant Alpine Horn Sixteen feet long, it was acquired inSwitzerland byCarl Marty (opposite picture) and presented by him toNew Glarus. The musician isSwiss-born Rudi Burkhalter. He playssuccessive notes of achord, sothat resounding echoes will harmonize. His companions wear Swiss folk costumes.