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Maslon's Art Collection Featured in Minnesota Lawyer

February 20, 2017

Maslon LLP is featured in a February 20, 2017, Minnesota Lawyer article titled "20th century art lives on at Maslon." The article discusses the extensive art collection on display at the firm and details the origins of the collection which "stems from the 1930s, when [Maslon founder] Sam Maslon first began haunting the galleries and ateliers of New York, Minneapolis and elsewhere in search of collectible art for both his office and home."

The article notes that Mr. Maslon "kept watch on the art scene for decades, constantly adding more pieces to the collection." The collection features work by prominent 20th century artists like Picasso, Miro, Lichtenstein, Kandinsky, and Rauschenberg as well as pieces by upper-Midwest artists such as Cameron Booth, Birney McNabb Quick and Ron Gahr. Maslon Alum Martin Weinstein states in the article, "This was without a doubt one of the finest corporate art galleries in the country from the 1930s on. It still is."

To read the full article online, go to: Minnesota Lawyer "20th century art lives on at Maslon."


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