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  • Norman Rockwell's Shuffleton's Barbershop, 1950

    No digital reproduction of a 46.25 x 43 inch masterpiece is ever commensurable No digital reproduction of a 46.25 x 43 inch masterpiece is ever commensurable
 

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  • imokruok
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    dirty money + incompetent board + freeportism + arrogant harry potter fanboy museum director + community, incognizant = stolen Rockwell gifts

  • imokruok
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    Read this Christopher Knight piece a while back but remains pertinent:

    To save itself, the Berkshire Museum is not just monetizing its art collection. The art is also being privatized. That’s the ultimate betrayal of public charitable status. With community treasures being turned into private possessions, the public is the loser.

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