How To Use Deaccession In A Sentence

  • The museum deaccessioned several important works of this painter
  • The Los Angeles County Museum of Art announces the deaccession of 42 artworks from its permanent collection, which will be sold in a public auction at Sotheby's New York this month.
  • The pending deaccession will leave only a handful of minor artworks and decorative objects.
  • When, in the 1950s and 60s, even more money began to be needed, it started to 'deaccession' its assets. The Times Literary Supplement
  • In the last decade numerous deaccessions have quietly been made in order to raise money for institutional support or facilities maintenance.
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  • In the run-up to the mixed-lot sale, Sotheby's held two ‘single owner’ auctions in which 296 works consigned by these two institutions were deaccessioned.
  • Considerable excitement, however, was generated by six works being deaccessioned by the Museum of Modern Art to support its acquisitions fund.
  • Even museums were obliged to contribute to this effort by deaccessioning part of their icon collections.
  • The USAF Museum prepared a list that shows thousands of items were deaccessioned during his tenure.
  • On top of recommending the council sell, or "strategically deaccession", artworks to make it more financially sustainable, the report suggests amalgamating the art collections of the organisation with those of the government and the British Council. Arts Council told to sell off masterpieces in damning report by MPs
  • One recently discovered gateleg table has the accession number ‘15651LLLJJJ’; however, the researchers are uncertain what museum deaccessioned it.
  • A decision to return has been made in another case (the Benevento Missal), although there will have to be a change in the law to allow deaccession.
  • Earlier this year, New York's Museum of Modern Art decided to deaccession 1,000 photographs by Eugene Atget, with an estimated value of $20 million.
  • It was acquired by the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth, Texas, which decided to deaccession it last year.
  • Among her purchases were two royal door panels of Saint Basil and Saint John Chrysostom that had been deaccessioned from the Tretiakov Gallery.
  • The deaccession of photographs provides funds for the museum that allow it to maintain a policy of acquisition through tough financial periods.
  • This collection numbers approximately 10,000 objects, and is continually expanding by donation, purchase, and deaccession from other institutions.
  • ‘We're not at this stage, but clearly if we are going to conserve any works then maybe it will be something this council funds through deaccession,’ Mr Laws said.
  • To help purchase the work, the MFA deaccessioned three related works - two Degas pastels and a Renoir painting - which sold at Sotheby's May auction of Impressionist and Modern Art for a total of $16.2 million.
  • The cabinet was deaccessioned in 1929, a victim of twentieth-century disdain for the later nineteenth century.
  • At a time when libraries are more and more strapped for funds, I suppose more deaccessions are inevitable.
  • Deaccessioning, as they call it, is strictly controlled. Times, Sunday Times
  • The National Gallery in London retains the largest holding of his works, including the famous Annunciation, deaccessioned from the Brera in 1820.
  • The deaccessioned works, they explained, were sold privately to collectors, not at public auction.
  • Then, in a mini-scandal that same year, the Guggenheim deaccessioned 24 paintings, including a number by Scarlett, Bauer and Rebay, prompting charges that the museum was selling off its history.
  • These drawings, which Sargent's sisters had given to the Gorcoran Gallery of Art in 1928, were among ninety drawings that the Gorcoran deaccessioned in 1960.
  • The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts has deaccessioned this Portrait of a Courtier by Jan Mostaert after concluding that it was looted by the Nazis.

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