Art: UPTOWN: Dec. 4, 1964

ELAINE DE KOONING—Graham, 1014 Madison Ave. at 78th. "He had a golden look, his hair was unexpectedly ruddy, his eyes were very large and impressive —he seemed larger than life." This was Elaine de Kooning's impression of President Kennedy when she sketched him at Palm Beach in December 1962, and it is the likeness she caught in the resulting 15 portraits, all larger than life. Through Dec. 31.

ANDY WARHOL—Castelli, 4 East 77th.

With Brillo, Heinz and Campbell Soup boxes piled to the ceiling. Warhol last spring turned the gallery into a supermarket. This season...

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