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April 06, 2011


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I was fortunate to have visited this wonderful collection when it was intact. It was the best collection of American art work in private hands but it was generously open to the public. It is sad to see it getting broken up. If it moves to other hands either private or public where the paintings will be available for public viewing that would be nice. Still it is personally sad for me to see it broken up and to know that others will not be able to enjoy what I was fortunate to enjoy.

Alfred Brophy

I agree with everything you say, Bill. The collection was fantastic and I very much hope that its riches end up on public display. I'd hoped that a lot of it might end up at Crystal Bridges, Alice Walton's new museum.

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