You don't have to be a Rockefeller to collect art MAY 18 2009
She was a librarian. Her husband was a postal worker. They lived on his salary and bought art with hers. Both are now retired. They have no children. "We bought art we could afford and that would fit into the apartment," they say. Water from the fish tank once splashed a Warhol they owned. It later had to be restored.
Much of their collection has passed to the National Gallery of Art.