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Toledo Museum of Art adds three Native American works of art to its collections

Earlier this year the Toledo Museum of Art acquired three significant Native American works of art for its growing collection of Indigenous Art from around the world. The objects are on display together in an installation titled Collecting Now: Recent Acquisitions in the Museum?s Canaday Gallery through Dec. 31, 2017. TMA purchased the objects from three separate galleries in Santa Fe and New York with funds from the Museum?s Georgia Welles Apollo Society.
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