In Leidy Churchman’s show, a remake of Henri Rousseau’s carnivorous jungle scene The Repast of the Lion (ca. 1907) hangs beside a painting of a sleek tub in a bathroom overlooking Manhattan (Tallest Residential Tower in the Western Hemisphere, 2015). The pairing, placed near the gallery entrance, introduces a main theme of the 19 paintings on view—that of consumption, from nature to culture, often on several entwined levels. (Remember: Rousseau never actually visited the jungle. His images were based on printed sources and his studies of botanical gardens and the zoo.) The theme is big, the show not so different from a portrayal of the roiling world itself. And as such wide views go, there is something melancholic here. Still, humor pokes through. One can’t help but laugh, for instance, at the hubris of a commercial jet, shown midair, painted with a bold flamelike design by Calder.