Robert Tobin was an art collector and patron in Texas who built one of the most important theater design collections in the United States. His obituary in the New York Times says Mr. Tobin served on the boards of the Metropolitan Opera in New York and the Santa Fe Opera. He was also on the boards of the Museum of Modern Art and of the Spoleto Festival in Italy. He endowed libraries and museums, underwrote operas, sponsored symphony premieres and championed artists and composers. His collection included the original drawings and models for Broadway productions like “South Pacific” and “Into the Woods,” and more than 1,000 set and costume designs. Learn more.