There's only one real piece of the famously quirky collector's work left in use for its original purpose: His other house in Merion Station.
A portrait of an artist as a bougie husband? What the work on display says about the man and his time: In France, during World War One.
The gallery was designed by the renowned Paul Phillippe Cret and considered a work of art unto itself, designed specifically for the purpose of holding that priceless art. Now it's used for offices and to house paintings.
These artists and leaders have been identified in this edition of "Who's Next" as some of the most dynamic people under 40 who are shaping this city.