Sotheby's donated between $40K and $100K to Museum of Fine Arts - Boston in 2018
May 31, 2020
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The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston houses and preserves preeminent collections and serves a variety of people through direct encounters with works of art. It conducts exhibitions, programs and research and publication activities and interprets its own collections. It provides information and perspective on art through time and throughout the world. The museum holds its collections in trust for future generations. The Museum’s collection is made up of: Art of the Americas, Art of Europe, Contemporary Art, Art of Asia, Oceania and Africa, Art of the Ancient World, Prints, Drawings and Photographs, Textiles and Fashion Arts and Musical Instruments.
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Museum of Fine Arts in Boston Commissions Lauren Halsey, Diedrick Brackens For 2nd, 3rd Editions of "The Banner Project"
Dec 01, 2020 - Targeted News Service
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