Art: Sunny Fragrance

Since the fad images of today are the square, the splotch and the soup can, it may seem that the only painters working with landscape are those daubing billboards to hide it. One who does not think that landscapes are old-fashioned is Jane Wilson, 39, a slim, chic former fashion mannequin who is personally as modern and vivacious as a girl in a Pepsi-Cola ad. Her recent landscapes and even newer cityscapes, which went on display last week at Manhattan's Tibor de Nagy Gallery, are suffused with such sunny fragrance that the New York Times's hard-headed critic, John Canaday, went all...

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