06/07/2010 05:32 pm ET Updated May 25, 2011

C. C. Wang's Children Battle Over Chinese Art Collection Worth Millions

For decades, a shrewd Chinese �migr� in New York with a puff of silver hair dominated the rarefied market for ancient Chinese art. Going by the anglicized name C. C. Wang, he sold centuries-old pieces for millions, including 60 works that went to the Metropolitan Museum of Art and are sometimes shown in the C. C. Wang Family Gallery on the museum's second floor.