Art: Navy's Man

"Thanks to the Navy," wrote Artist Paul Cadmus to the director of Manhattan's Midtown Galleries several weeks ago, "I have not previously found it necessary to have a one-man show. But now . should like to see, a group of my paintings shown in your galleries." Director Alan D. Gruskin went to work, and last week opened the first one-man show of 32-year-old Artist Cadmus. Around the walls sailors tousled their trollops, perverts beckoned from a cafeteria washroom, sagbellied Babbitts diddled in Y.M.C.A. locker rooms, slatterns rioted on public beaches, for these are...

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