Saturday, January 8, 2011

museum policy

Dear Americans,

this is SIMPLY NO WAY to present your cultural assets. What a shame.

William Meritt Chase, Child Hassam, Thomas Eakins, Mary Cassatt, John Singer Sargent. Winslow Homer, of course. All these beautiful landsmen of yours would turn over in their graves if they knew what you did to their works.

I had to wait too long to see them in real, the way was far. I dreamed about them since I was young and now I am grieving. So please write petitions to your curators that they should get a big hall for these masterpieces and that the glass should be removed. Now. Let alone this dreadful lighting.

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