Recently, some Frenchmen complained that the “Picasso and the Masters” exhibit in Paris was too middlebrow. What, then, will they make of an exhibit by Wally from Leave It to Beaver? Tony Dow will have one of his abstract sculptures on display at the Louvre as part of the Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts exhibition. Dow’s sculpture is named the “Unarmed Warrior” and is a woman holding a shield cast in bronze. "Of course, I'm really proud of Leave It to Beaver and my directing career in television," Dow said. "Those are great accomplishments. I'm really proud of them, but this is interesting because I don't think they know anything about that at the Louvre."