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Can the Cultural Gifts Scheme Boost Arts Philanthropy in the UK?

A new scheme to encourage lifetime giving could prevent pre-eminent works of art leaving the UK, but there are problems.

Frick, Guggenheim, Carnegie, Rockefeller: iconic names of American philanthropy in the arts. And now we can add Lauder. 

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