On Tour At Last?

One of the world's most stunning and least seen collections of Impressionist and Postimpressionist art, 1,100 works by such masters as Cezanne, Seurat and Picasso (whose Jester and Young Harlequin is at left), was long confined to the Barnes Foundation building in a Philadelphia suburb, under the terms of Dr. Albert Barnes' will. But 70 pieces will soon be permitted a one-time international tour, according to a ruling issued last week by a Pennsylvania court that settled part of a bitter factional dispute within the foundation. The show will travel to the National Gallery of Art in Washington and possibly to...

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