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The muse

How did a never-before-seen collection of Andy Warhol's work land at a Vermont museum? To answer that, you need to ask another question: Who was Jon Gould?

By Joseph P. Kahn
Globe Staff / August 25, 2004

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BRATTLEBORO -- Robert Du Grenier was sitting at a tourism board meeting last winter when it was revealed, with some excitement, that the Brattleboro Museum and Art Center had been offered a private Andy Warhol collection to exhibit this fall. Du Grenier, a sculptor and package designer from nearby Townshend, is a big booster of the local arts scene and ... (Full Article: 2054 Words)

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