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A Portrait of Art As a Tax Deduction

A Portrait of Art
As a Tax Deduction

By MIKE SPECTOR
July 22, 2008; Page D1
Jon and Mary Shirley used to give artwork by the likes of Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko and Alberto Giacometti to the Seattle Art Museum. No longer. A federal crackdown on deductions for so-called fractional gifts of art has made donating too onerous for them.....

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