- Organization: (naf) Philadelphia Museum of Art.
- (lcsh) Art--Collectors and collecting
- found: Van Gogh face to face, 2000: t.p. (Katherine Sachs) jacket (Research Coordinator, Dept. of European Painting and Sculpture before 1900, Philadelphia Museum of Art)
- found: Embracing the contemporary : The Keith L. and Katherine Sachs collection, 2016: page 9 ([Katherine Sachs says] in the early 1980s, we [Katherine and her husband Keith] made a decision to collect art more seriously...)
- found: philly.com, September 29, 2016 (April 23, 2014 edition; A long marriage bound by art; Katherine and Keith Sachs began acquiring art, back in the 1960s; after 45 years of marriage in May, the Sachses have decided to give 97 works of art, a substantial portion of their collection, to the Philadelphia Museum of Art; to show its appreciation, the museum renamed its galleries of modern and contemporary art the Keith L. and Katherine Sachs Galleries; Katherine Sachs, 66, friendly and deeply informed about art, practically moved directly into the museum when she graduated from Penn in 1969; she worked in the public relations department and then served as a volunteer in several capacities; she has put her expertise to use as an exhibition scholar, working with the museum's department of European art before 1900, and she was a cocurator of the museum's 2009 exhibition "Cézanne and Beyond")
- 2000-05-19: new
- 2016-09-30: revised