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Frank Pearl, D.C. financier and philanthropist, dies at 68

In a city where the rich and influential like to see their names emblazoned on university buildings and museum wings, Frank Pearl so craved anonymity that he was regarded as the most powerful unknown man in Washington. Read full article >>
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Columbus Museum of Art moves forward with expansion, presents building plans

Arts : Artdaily (2 years ago)

COLUMBUS, OH.- The Columbus Museum of Art presented conceptual plans for its new wing to the City of Columbus Downtown Commission this morning. The addition of the wing, the third phase of the Museum?s Art Matters renovation and exp... Read Post

Margrit Mondavi's $2 Million Pledge Launches Fundraising Drive for UC Davis Art Museum

Arts : Artdaily (5 years ago)

DAVIS, CA.- Philanthropist Margrit Biever Mondavi has pledged $2 million to help the University of California, Davis, plan and build a new art museum that will house and display some 4,000 works that the university has collected ove... Read Post

Big donation to help Swiss museum receive Gurlitt art hoard

Arts : Artdaily (10 hours ago)

An anonymous benefactor has put up at least 800,000 euros to help the Museum of Fine Arts in Bern house a massive collection of 1,000 artworks hoarded during the Nazi era. The donation means preparations will start immediately for t... Read Post


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