The Gentle Relocation of a Thousand Pound Woman

The types of things that keep art dealers up at night are probably a bit different than other businesses. One of the most hair raising for me is moving large statuary. And this would include a marble sculpture from 1871 by William Henry Rinehart which we needed to move from our private gallery over to our new retail gallery in Hudson, NY. ¬†Our gala opening exhibition¬†Panorama – 250 Years of American Art was slated to feature this lovely and near pristine work, so moving day inevitably arrived. And while I didn’t sleep particularly well the night before, on the morning of our move the Woman of Samaria and I were in good spirits.

My friend and I get ready for our journey to Hudson...

My friend and I get ready for our journey to Hudson…

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