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Drue Heinz

(1915-2018), Philanthropist and writer

Sitter in 3 portraits
Drue Heinz was a prominent patron of many arts projects and was the publisher of the literary magazine, The Paris Review. In 1981 she established the Drue Heinz Literature Prize for short fiction. She supported museums and galleries in the United States and Great Britain, including the Heinz Architectural Centre at the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, and the Heinz Archive and Library at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

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Drue Heinz, by David Hockney - NPG 6674

Drue Heinz

by David Hockney
ink, 2002
NPG 6674

Drue Heinz, by David Hockney - NPG 6683

Drue Heinz

by David Hockney
ink and watercolour, 2004
NPG 6683

The Donors, by John Goto - NPG x88802

The Donors

by John Goto
MicroPiezo print, 1999-2000
NPG x88802

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