Walter Padow could hardly believe his good fortune when, as a medical intern in 1964, he stumbled on a cache of prints by Chagall, Dali and Picasso in the art section of the E. J. Korvette department store in Philadelphia. The art collector and his wife, Mildred, then a medical resident, snapped up a Chagall and a Dali. The rare prints were hand-numbered, signed by the artists and cost “less than $100” (they were worth much more), but it was enough to fire up the couple’s longtime obsession with art collecting.


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