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Lehman, Philip, 1861-1947
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type Collector
dates 1861–1947
city New York
stateNY
gender M
history Art collector, banker and financier.

Lehman and his wife, Mrs. Carrie Lauer Lehman (married in 1885), collected art. Their collection included a Gothic Tapestry "St. Veronica" (previously owned by J P Morgan); "The Last Supper" tapestry from a cartoon by Bernard Van Orley and "Nille Fleurs," a French fifteenth century tapestry.

Their paintings included El Greco's "The Cavalier"; "The Countess of Altamira and her Daughter" by Goya; Rembrandt's "Portrait of a Man"; an interior with seated cavalier by Peter de Hoog; Crivelli's "Madonna and Child"; Petrus Christus' "The Goldsmith," and "A Portrait of a Man and "An Annunciation," both by Jan Memling.
decades1880-1890
1890-1900
1900-1910
1910-1920
1920-1930
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Historical Collections, Baker Library Lehman Brothers. Records, 1868-1986 (inclusive) see details...

see alsoLehman, Robert, 1892-1969
Lehman, Arthur