While the U.S. government aims unmanned drones at human targets in faraway lands, Malcolm Morley’s paintings of World War II-era bombers and other quaint weaponry of yesteryear point to the ongoing absurdity of war. This exhibition of recent works—all dating from 2013 to 2015—comprises 15 paintings and two watercolors. In Aircraft on a Yellow Plane a jumble of toylike red, blue and gray propeller planes is arrayed against a yellow ground, with all the aplomb of Wayne Thiebaud pastries. Other works are painted with more exacting detail and recall the narrative obsessions of certain self-taught painters like Horace Pippin. Against an expansive sea, a green plane nose dives towards a medieval turret in Dakota. Nearby, a couple of vaguely militaristic boats and a Viking ship, helmed by a bearded warrior decked out with a sword and goofy horn helmet, cruise the waters. A train putters along the horizon.