Priceless art most worth saving
August 15, 2011 5:59 PM Subscribe
Seven boxes marked "WW3"
hold works ready for immediate evacuation if the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC faced catastrophic destruction. An essay published in the Washington Post discusses how Curator Andrew Robinson decides which seventy-four items in his area of responsibility hold top priority out of more than 100,000
watercolors, drawings, prints and rare books.
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