Art: At Home with Henry

Just across Fifth Avenue from Manhattan's Metropolitan Museum, the U.S.'s amplest conservatory of time-tested art, is a hothouse of the newest and least tested. It is the apartment of Robert C. Scull, the world's most avid collector of Pop art or, as it is more generously called, New Realism.

The Sculls, in most respects a normal, unpretentious, upper middle-class American family, live with Pop, sleep with it, eat with it, relax with it, and love it. They are not, however, bitter cultural rebels, ready to dynamite the Corinthian columns of the Met. At least...

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