ATLANTA — Atlanta’s High Exhibition hall of Craftsmanship has reported two or three has talented it a gathering of Impressionist and post-Impressionist sketches, including works by Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro and Henri Matisse.
The Atlanta Diary Constitution reports Tuesday that the 24-painting gift from humanitarians Doris and Shouky Shaheen is the most huge endowment of European workmanship to the exhibition hall since 1958. That year, the Samuel H. Kress Establishment gave the base of the historical center’s European accumulation by gifting 30 Italian works.
The High declared it’ll name an exhibition after the Shaheens and show the accumulation there not long from now.
A historical center authority declined to evaluate the estimation of the blessing, yet said it wouldn’t have been conceivable with current assets. This year, a Monet painting sold for $110 million at sale.