DIED During more than a quarter-century as director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Anne d'Harnoncourt became one of the most powerful and respected women in her field, driving a massive expansion-and-renovation project that helped turn the museum's collection of modern and contemporary art into one of the world's finest. Following in the footsteps of her father René d'Harnoncourt, noted director of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, she presided over numerous widely praised exhibitions, including a large Paul Cézanne retrospective in 1996 and a showing of Salvador Dalí's later work in 2005. She died of a heart...

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