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Weston-Wilson attraction is clear to see

Charis Wilson as captured by the lens of Edward Weston. Charis Wilson as captured by the lens of Edward Weston. (COURTESY OF CREATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY)
By Sebastian Smee
Globe Staff / December 13, 2008

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She was preposterously beautiful, their story intensely romantic. But Charis Wilson, who was once the lover, model, and collaborator of photographer Edward Weston, wants you to know above all how to pronounce her name. It's "Karis," folks. (Full article: 608 words)

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