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Beit Appeal Update: Minister for Arts and Heritage to meet Beit Foundation

Beit Appeal Update: Minister for Arts and Heritage to meet Beit Foundation
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Francesco Guardi, A pair of Venetian views The Piazzetta, flanked by two of the great secular buildings of the city

CONGRATULATIONS

Our 3,500 strong Appeal to have the Beit picture sale postponed has now resulted in the intervention of the Minister for the Arts.

This is great news.

A postponement, at least, is now a strong probability. A new context for the future of the Russborough estate is now up for discussion.

So well done to you.

And thank you for demonstrating to the world how much we appreciate the extraordinary bequest of Alfred and Clementine Beit to the Irish people.

John Mulcahy

Irish Arts Review

Join the Appeal here.

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