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In the 1920s, painter Frank von Hausen climbed into his Lincoln Phaeton convertible and drove from Maine to Palm Beach, where he set up a studio on Worth Avenue. Von Hausen continued to work in Palm Beach for 50 years. He flourished by painting portraits of local luminaries such as multi-millionaire Edward Stotesbury and architect Addison Mizner, as well as a posthumous likeness of Henry Flagler.

Source: PalmBeachDailyNews.com

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