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Judge allows controversial sale of Berkshire Museum artwork

November 07, 2017 06:50 PM

PITTSFIELD, Mass. - A judge has ruled that the Berkshire Museum can go ahead with plans to sell off artworks.

That's according to NewsChannel 13’s media partners at The Berkshire Eagle.

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That artwork includes two iconic Norman Rockwell paintings.

This decision comes nearly four months after trustees announced a new direction for the museum.

It plans to use the money from the sales to expand its endowment.

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