No skinny Minnies for Gaston Lachaise. The Franco-American sculptor liked his women va-va-va voom. Case in point – his adored wife and muse, the former Isabel Dutaud Nagle. And though he captured New York City Ballet co-founder Lincoln Kirstein in the buff and a host of 20th century greats’ likenesses, he is best-known for his zaftig goddesses. Recently, more than 200 Bruce Museum patrons, sponsors and guests paid tribute to his fleshy tastes at the opening of the museum’s “Face & Figure: The Sculpture of Gaston Lachaise” (through Jan. 6). No doubt all the attendees felt extremely thin.

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