Art: Art in New York: Jun. 5, 1964


FAIR LADIES—Slatkin, 115 East 92nd. A dazzling display of the female form: standing, seated or reclining, in the nude or decorously draped, the ladies serve as a universal standard of beauty. Over 65 drawings, paintings and sculptures by Rodin, Degas, Maillol, Matisse, Picasso and others. Through July 15.

CHAIM GROSS—Forum, 1018 Madison Ave. at 78th. Watercolors, 30 here, match the merriment of Gross's sculptures. From patches of clear pale pink and yellow wash, vignettes of circuses, ceremonies and celebrations emerge, sentimental peeps into the past. Through June 13.

WILLIAM WALTON—Graham, 1014 Madison Ave. at 78th. A friend of the Kennedys, Walton helped the...

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