Thursday, September 30, 2004

Barnes hearing closure

"The museum intends to honor the wishes of the Homer family and the privacy of the neighboring by preserving the home and making it available for private tours to scholars, collectors, educators and others who are interested in Homer and American art, said museum director Daniel E. O'Leary"
from; Portland Museum purchase of Homer cottage

Today the hearing in Norristown, PA concluded with the closing arguments of the Foundation, Attorney Generals representative and the lawyers for the students.
All parties expressed their positions with clarity and skill.

It is in the hands of Judge Ott who thanked all parties for their professionalism. It will be interesting to hear his decision.


Post a Comment

<< Home