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Bank of America giving $10m to MFA

Firm now museum’s top corporate donor

Granite plinths being unveiled today at the Museum of Fine Arts will greet visitors with a new designation for the Huntington Avenue entrance. Granite plinths being unveiled today at the Museum of Fine Arts will greet visitors with a new designation for the Huntington Avenue entrance. (Dina Rudick/ Globe Staff)
By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / September 20, 2010

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Bank of America will announce today a $10 million gift to the Museum of Fine Arts, a contribution split evenly between cash and art, with the centerpiece being a prized painting by contemporary artist Ellsworth Kelly. Coming after a $5 million contribution to the MFA’s capital campaign, the gift makes Bank of America the museum’s largest corporate donor, a status ... (Full article: 914 words)

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