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December 02, 1987|RICK SHERWOOD | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

Publisher Walter H. Annenberg has donated an 81-piece, $5 million-$6 million collection of pencil drawings by Paul Cezanne to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The collection shows the development of the French Impressionist's style and is "clearly one of the most important gifts the museum has received in the last several decades," director Anne d'Harnoncourt said this week. Annenberg said he gave the collection to the museum because he had no room to properly exhibit it--until now the sketches were hanging at his Palm Springs estate on the walls leading to his bedroom.

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