Art: Shorty's Triumph

The 533,000 citizens of Buffalo, though not celebrated for love of art, have in their midst a museum envied throughout the U.S. Contemporary artists hold few places in higher esteem than the Albright Art Gallery. And there are few men for whom the dealers of Manhattan. Paris or London have more respect than its principal patron, Seymour H. Knox, 63. A small (5 ft. 5 in.), peppery man who is a crack polo and court tennis player as well as a director of six major companies (Marine Midland Trust Co., F. W. Woolworth), Knox is a...

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