Art: Clothes & the Man

The great Dutch painter Rembrandt Harmens van Rijn might be considered excessively vain, for he painted 62 pictures of his own face.* Emanuele, Count Castelbarco Albani, Italian painter whose first one-man show in the U. S. opened last week in Manhattan's Marie Sterner Galleries, might be considered inordinately modest, for the only self-portrait in Count Castelbarco's exhibit portrays no part of the Count's body.

Those who saw the portrait, however, could tell that its subject was a titled man-of-the-world, a sportsman, a connoisseur of literature, art and tobacco. A dinner jacket suit, from...

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