$100 Million Impressionist Gift for Denver

The Denver Art Museum is set to announce Monday the largest donation in its history—a gift of 22 paintings worth more than $100 million that will nearly triple the size of its Impressionist collection.

The gift, bequeathed by Denver philanthropist Frederic Hamilton, includes what will be the museum’s first Vincent van Gogh canvas, “Edge of a Wheat Field with Poppies,” as well as four works by Claude Monet and paintings by…

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