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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Art and Furniture Will be Removed from Hartford’s State House

The Hartford State House. The Hartford State House. Wikipedia

Millions of dollars worth of art and furniture will be removed from Hartford, Connecticut’s State House. The landmark building was recently taken over by the state’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, which does not have the funds needed to ensure that the works are kept safe and in a climate-controlled environment. The shuttered State House’s treasures include paintings by John Trumbull and Gilbert Stuart.

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