Management: The Corporate Cezanne

The most engaging new celebrity in Washington last week was a 320-year-old boy dressed in a grey-brown tunic and a plumed velvet hat. In a chastely simple lobby of the National Gallery of Art, where the Mona Lisa hung last year on its visit to the U.S., Rembrandt's delicate 251 inch by 22 inch portrait of his son Titus was unveiled for a six-week-long stay before moving on to its permanent home in the new Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Art lovers flocked to see the study...

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