The Los Angeles Times reports that the home built to house Gerald and Iris Cantor’s collection of Rodin sculptures is on the market:
Dozens of artisans worked on the home, which was built to house the Cantors’ extensive art and sculpture collections. Sculptures by Auguste Rodin occupy almost every room; the Cantors are believed to have the largest private collection of Rodins in the world — and no, they are not included in the sales price. The rooms, with palatial interiors, include a beauty salon, three kitchens, a staff wing, a formal library, a separate media room, a gym and a billiards room The home also has 12 fireplaces.
La Belle Vie is on the Market for $53 Million (Los Angeles Times)