Arts: Notes, Nov. 30, 1925

Part of the $3,000,000 collection of the late Senator William A. Clark of Montana was willed to the Metropolitan Museum, or, as an alternate, the Corcoran Gallery in Washington. Part, including Rubens' "Magdalene," Gainsborough's "Covered Wagon," Rembrandt's "Woman with a Fan," was left to his heirs. Last week the legatees announced that they would sell their share at auction in January in Manhattan.

Achille Chiesa of Milan was a shrewd business man and a great lover of the arts: his son, Achillite, while inheriting his father's taste, proved to be lamentably without...

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