Henri Lazarof, who assembled a $100 million modern art collection and composed seven symphonies, has died in Los Angeles, aged 90.
He and wife Janice bequeathed the collection to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. It contains works by Picasso, Klee, Kandinsky and more. Aside from symphonies, Lazarof wrote several concertos and 11 string quartets.
Bulgaian born, Lazarof served in the Israeli army and studied with Paul Ben Haim. He has been extensively recorded.