Gertrude Stein was born in Oakland, California, but history will always remember her in her Paris flat, holding court with some of the finest modern artists, including Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse. The walls of her apartment, and those of her siblings, were covered with paintings her family purchased for a relative song.
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has reunited more than 150 pieces that since the 1920s have been dispersed to private and public collections around the world.
PBS NewsHour's Spencer Michels has this look at the exhibition, and at Gertrude Stein:
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