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“It's also necessary to have someone on your staff who knows whether it's museum-quality and is worth $5 million.”
“When you're creating museum-quality frames don't you run the risk of diminishing your brand?”
“As a volunteer sailor aboard a museum-quality replica of the Endeavour, I lived and worked like an eighteenth-century seaman: sleeping in a narrow hammock in the ship's hold alongside forty others, climbing the 127-foot main mast to furl sails in rolling seas, manning the helm in a hard blow.”
“That exhilarating late period was explored two years ago in Gagosian's museum-quality "Picasso: Mosqueteros," also organized by Mr. Richardson.”
“Custom-built shelves on freshly painted white museum-quality walls overflow with thousands of tapes, including the entire Beatles 8-track catalogue.”
“DC Direct is proud to offer this stunning, museum-quality display piece featuring art by award-winning artist Jim Lee.”
“Both are museum-quality specimens of regulatory capture.”
“The valises travel to hundreds of classrooms around San Diego County each year, giving students a rare up-close and hands-on experience with museum-quality art.”
“This is what the press release says, This museum-quality traveling exhibition, curated by ex-rave, D.J.”
“The model is among a museum-quality grouping of 95 mint-condition posters, many of them iconic, by Alexander Rodchenko, Georgii and Vladimir Stenberg, and Grigori Borisov and Pyotr Zhukov for films such as Sergei Eisenstein's "Battleship Potemkin," Dziga Vertov's "Man With a Movie Camera" and Alexander Dovzhenko's "Earth" all three of which play in a continuous loop in the gallery.”
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