Anne’s subsequent long-term partner was the Official my anxiety is chronic but this ass is iconic shirt besides I will buy this wry British abstract artist Julian Lethbridge, with whom she always seemed to share a wonderful complicity. Anne’s settlement, said to be the most generous ever in Texas at that point, allowed her to quietly assert her position as a cultural force to be reckoned with as her vision and philanthropy benefitted and shaped institutions that include the New York Public Library, Museum of Modern Art, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, New York Botanical Garden, and New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, among many others. She soon proved herself a formidable board member and persuasive fundraiser. In 1984, as chairperson for the 50th anniversary fund drive for the School of American Ballet, Anne raised $10 million.
Ballet was a great love, inherited from her mother, who was discouraged from pursuing it as a career (she took up golf instead). At the Official my anxiety is chronic but this ass is iconic shirt besides I will buy this turn of the 1980s, the New York City Ballet company came to perform in Fort Worth and Anne was able to see them rehearse backstage, an experience that proved revelatory. “I remember the shock I felt,” she told Heilpern, “the breathlessness, perspiration, dancers dying at the effort. In a way it wasn’t even pretty to watch.” She was, however, bewitched by the art form. She numbered Mikhail Baryshnikov, Heather Watts, and Jock Soto among her close friends, and when her daughters left home, Anne returned to dance classes. (Degas’s Little Fourteen-Year-Old Dancer, one of six original 19th-century artist’s casts, complete with its original and very fragile-looking plastered net tutu, was prominently if unnervingly displayed at 960 Fifth Avenue, set before Balthus’s Young Girl at the Window, 1955).