Last year, citing financial strains imposed by the lockdown, the Association of Art Museum Directors relaxed its code of practice for "deaccessioning" - the sale of permanent collection pieces to fund museum expenses, maintenance and salaries. Shortly after that, the Brooklyn Museum began selling off European pieces like Lucas Cranach the Elder’s 16th-century painting
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