One of the things you notice first in “Eternal Presence,” a terrific career survey of John Wilson at the Danforth Museum of Art in Framingham, is how attentive Wilson is to the faces of children. He doesn’t sentimentalize or caricature children. He doesn’t give them false or generic expressions. He gets them just so. Wilson, who is 90, is one of Boston’s most esteemed and accomplished artists.
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