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Michael Savage

I don't trust the NG conservators with it! It's in untouched condition ... for now ...
What about Manchester or Liverpool? Neither seem to have made a major acquisition for a while, and their early Sienese paintings are a bit lonely (the Duccio school Crucifixion/Simone Martini's Christ Discovered in the Temple). Although the way things are going it'll soon be cheaper to fly to LA than get a train to Liverpool.

David Packwood

Liverpool would be good, especially as they were one of the first, if not the first, to take an interest in the so-called renaissance "primitives". William Roscoe was an ardent champion of early ren art. So, that would be fitting- but I would guess that, in the current financial climate, its not going to happen.

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