Rita Reif: She Had Thousands of Bylines in Her Half Century at the New York Times

From a New York Times obit by Neil Genzlinger headlined “Rita Reif, Antiques and Auctions Columnist, Dies at 94”:

Rita Reif, who after starting out in some of journalism’s lowest-rung jobs spent decades covering the worlds of antiques and auctions for The New York Times, and made news herself in the late 1990s when she challenged the ownership of an Egon Schiele painting thought to have been stolen from a relative of her late husband by the Nazis, died in Washington.