Arts: Leverhulme's Collection

Lord Leverhulme (who won his elevation by the able manufacture of a red soap) recently died (TIME, May 18, BUSINESS) and all his famous pictures were locked up in the dusk of a London house to to await disposal. English collectors fingured their cheque books. Mitchell Kennerley, Director of the Anderson Galleries, Manhattan, sailed for London.

Last week Mr. Kennerley made an announcement. He had secured, he said, Lord Leverhulme's collection. . . How much of Lord Leverhulme's collection, British dealers wanted to know. All of Lord Leverhulme's collection, Mr. Kennerley made...

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