Art: Nudes Napoo

Napoo last week were nudes in two unusual cases:

> At the Chicago Art Institute's large and brilliant International Watercolor show,* visitors congregated around Ivan Le Lorraine Albright's When Fall Winds Blow, a portrait of two junky old houses. Reason: Submitted last year under the title Second Stories Are Popular, it was rejected because of a pink nude in one window. Artist Albright had now partly covered the girl with a shutter, painted not on the canvas but on the glass in front of it.

> In the press dining room at the San Francisco...

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