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Riddle 1. by peterfuchs
October 8, 2008, 8:31 pm
Filed under: Art as Gift Research blog

He was raised in a middle class family and  started his career as grocery shop assistant, – just to later become a prominent manufacturer. Founded anonymously dozens of cultural institutions, including libraries, universities, and donated his collection of contemporary art works to the public, which nowadays serves as of the most prominent national collection of our times, named after him.

Who was he?

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Dale Carnegie…I believe…I struggle with the values of art though I would miss it if we didn’t have it…(art) Chaz

Comment by Charles

Actually he is Henry Tate 🙂

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