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Knoxville Museum of Art announces purchase of major Beauford Delaney works

The Knoxville Museum of Art announced the acquisition of twelve major works by Knoxville native Beauford Delaney. This landmark purchase adds to the KMA collection a broad representation of Delaney?s career from the 1920s to the 1970s. The group includes a rare and enigmatic self-portrait?perhaps the last one he ever produced?and strong and diverse group of abstract paintings.
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