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EbeneMagazine – Visitor to New York Exhibition Finds Painting Missing Since 1960

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A painting by Jacob Lawrence from his series “Wrestling: In the History of the American People” and last seen in 1960 was found thanks to a visitor to the Metropolitan Museum It belonged to his neighbors living a few steps from the museum, reports the New York Times

The New York Metropolitan Museum of Art’s “Jacob Lawrence: The American Struggle” exhibit drew many visitors and one suggested that one of the five missing paintings in an original series of 30 paintings was with neighbors for decades, reports New York Times

Their neighbors had indeed bought the small painting of the famous black artist (number 16 in the series) for a small fee at a Christmas charity auction in 1960. The couple asked the Metropolitan Museum and the New York Times to not reveal their names to protect their privacy

The recovered painting will be on display in the Jacob Lawrence retrospective until November 1. Then he will go with the other works to the Birmingham Museum of Art, the Seattle Art Museum; and the Phillips collection in Washington

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EbeneMagazine – Visitor to New York Exhibition Finds Painting Missing Since 1960

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