Where That Hudson River School Painting Sold By The Newark Museum Will End Up


Thomas Cole’s Arch of Nero wound up being one of the symbols of the ongoing argument about US museums’ deaccessioning of artworks in order to get through the financial difficulties caused by the pandemic. Fortunately, the destination of this particular painting is neither inappropriate nor far away: the purchasers are placing it on long-term loan with the Philadelphia Museum of Art. – ARTnews


Tags: Art, US, Visual, Nero, Thomas Cole, 06.08.21

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