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Even in Union Square, so laden with artistic tradition, the narrow, corniced, limestone building at No. 41 is special. Apportioned into 125 artists' studios, it includes that of Isabel Bishop, the last of the so-called 14th Street School, which included Reginald Marsh and Edward Laning. This weekend, 41 Union Square is opening itself to the public, and the studios and work of 91 artists will be on exhibit. This unusual show, called ''Open Studios'' by its participants, marks the second time No. 41 has gone public. The building, which is at Broadway and 17th Street and can be reached by the Broadway BMT and IRT Lexington Avenue subways, will be open free from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. tomorrow and…

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