NEW YORK – For over half a century, philanthropist and art collector Marjorie S. Fisher – together with her husband, the Detroit industrialist, Max M. Fisher – amassed an impressive collection of fine art, furniture and jewellery. Beginning this autumn, over 1,000 pieces from her expansive collection will be offered in more than 20 auctions. Like her interests, Mrs. Fisher’s collection is wide-ranging – highlights include an encyclopedic collection of signed jewels spanning 150 years, works by Impressionist and contemporary greats, such as Degas and Lichtenstein, and an eleven-foot bronze Botero sculpture. For a first look at this extensive collection, click ahead and step inside Mrs. Fisher’s stunning Palm Beach residence.