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        EULOGY FOR NINO A. MASCIOLI Given by his sister Jo Lee Mascioli-Mansell {June 30, 2017}       “Last January, when...

                Raymond D. Nasher was a real estate developer, U.S. delegate to the United Nations, banker and part...

                  Le début de l’été  — The Early Summer       Very much aware of the...

          One of the most intriguing museums along Pennsylvania Avenue’s row of cultural and architectural treasures in Washington, DC is the...

    Canada’s Garden of Art – Reford Gardens/Les Jardins de Métis       Les Jardins de Métis, also known as the Reford Gardens,...

                In spite of limitless eccentricities and truly irrational ideas, such as establishing a rubber plantation in Brazil’s...

          To call “The Whitney”, in mid-town Detroit, a private museum is not that great a stretch.  The upscale restaurant is...

                Sailing along the Potomac River to George Washington’s beloved Georgian plantation, Mount Vernon, on Spirit Cruises’ “Spirit...

    Not only did Hildy and Ernst Beyeler love and collect contemporary art, it was their business.  They ran their famous Galerie Beyeler in...

              David Lloyd Kreeger was a rare combination of entrepreneur, artist and lover of the arts. His entrepreneurship as...

          Wildly eccentric Tasmanian mogul David Walsh made his multi-millions in syndicated gambling enterprises world-wide.  During his many “business trips” he...

              Henry Clay Frick began his adult career as a retail salesman and bookkeeper in a small town outside...

                The Redlin Art Center       Compensation by the town of Watertown, South Dakota of $1500...

          Although one of the lesser known American Abstract Expressionist painters, it was, in fact, Clyfford Still who was first among...

                  A CELEBRATION OF NINO’S LIFE By Josephina Lee Mascioli-Mansell My Brother     Red Bird  — ...

        While governance of the Peoples’ Republic of China might seem restrictive to Westerners, the accumulation of great wealth by members of...

    Unlike most founders of private museums who become overwhelmed by the sheer volume of their immense collections and find themselves in desperate need...