Copyright © Agave Magazine + Press, 2019
By Deb A.
If you're more likely to be able to name a city's top art galleries than its local sports teams, there's still a good reason for you to be interested in the outcome of today's Super Bowl. It turns out there's more at stake than a trophy and a parade.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art and Boston's Museum of Fine Art have upped the ante by betting paintings: The winning city's museum will receive a free loan from the loser. Here's what's at stake.
If the Philadelphia Eagles win, the city will host Mrs. James Warren (Mercy Otis), painted around 1763 by John Singleton Copley:
If the New England Patriots emerge victorious, Boston's Museum of Fine Arts will proudly display Philly's Benjamin Franklin Drawing Electricity from the Sky by Benjamin West (ca. 1816).
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