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Thaxton Waters II.  Women Bear Armies but Still .  .  .  (detail), 2019.  Acrylic on wood, with artificial flowers; diptych: 48 x 120 in.  overall.  Courtesy of the artist.  © Thaxton Waters II.  Photo: John Schweikert

Frist Art Museum Presents Its First Online Exhibition "We Count: First-Time Voters" Inspired by 19th Amendment Centennial



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Controversy erupted when the Berkshire Museum sold prized works from its collection in 2017 and 2018 to help fund a "reinvention plan." Thomas Wilmer Dewing's "The White Dress" reportedly went to a private buyer.  The museum originally wanted to raise $60 million from artwork sales.

AAMD Relaxes Rules for Museums to Sell Art



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L to r: Katy Rogers, Ken Wissoker, John Davis

College Art Association Names Appointed Directors to the Board of Directors



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