Letter: AG-museum accord a winner for all parties
I wonder how many people even knew Norman Rockwell had a painting at the Berkshire Museum before this fuss. Now the financially strapped museum (which the attorney general's office admitted was true) will have funds to forge on to a new life, and the painting "Shuffleton's Barbershop" will be in a museum to be on view to a much larger audience.
Why aren't the "Save the Art" fans happy? This is a win-win!
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