Art: Lorochka

In a room in Manhattan's swank Wildenstein Galleries six statues went on view this week. All were formalized, slickly modeled, carved from most expensive materials. One female torso had been executed in rose Milan marble, a pinkish metallic veined stone so rare that it may no longer be exported from Italy. Averaging $5,000 apiece in price, all were the work of suave, spectacled Sculptor Boris Lovet-Lorski. At the same time word came from Paris that the Ministry of Fine Arts had decided to invest French taxpayers' money in two Lovet-Lorski pieces: a...

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