Art: 33rd Henry

The Wildenstein Galleries, increasingly known as the prime spot for socialite artists to exhibit their wares, had a teaparty last week to open their swankiest show of the season. Visitors with slightly buttery fingers wandered through three rooms to see drawings, water colors, etchings and oil paintings by Prince Henry XXXIII of Reuss, his cousin the Countess Regina Felide Héléne Louise Amadée zu Stolberg-Stolberg, and a Mr. Purcell-Jones.

Mr. Purcell-Jones, apparently another member of Britain's languid gentry, contributed a roomful of slightly improper drawings of ladies and gentlemen in fancy dress in...

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