As WFIU reports: "The museum enlisted Guernsey's to help it find a home for the work through a private sale. Guernsey's President Arlan Ettinger says, 'To suggest that this might be in the $30 [million] to $40 million range, I think, is probably a fair assessment.'
That's precisely why the museum can't keep it."
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In the southwestern Indiana town of Evansville, people are a bit baffled after hearing that the town's Museum of Arts, History and Science has had a rare Pablo Picasso piece in storage for almost half a century. Curator Mary Bower says the work went unnoticed because of a clerical error.