Art: Cezanne, Cezanne

Cézanne, Cézanne

In Elkins Park, an otherwise undistinguished suburb of Philadelphia, Millionaire Joseph Early Widener occupies a stiff Georgian mansion known as Lynnewood Hall. Leathery, spick & span Mr. Widener owns one of the crack racing stables of the world, has Godfathered two swank racetracks—Long Island's Belmont Park and Miami's Hialeah. Less familiar facts about Sportsman Widener are that his Lynnewood Hall contains the choicest private collection of Old Masters in the U. S., that he himself is a cultural servant of Philadelphia. In that capacity last week 64-year-old "Joe" Widener became...

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