Some of us abandon our heritage. We look beyond legacy, determined to shape our lives independently of the fate family history would seem to have in store. But the world would be a poorer place if no one built on the traditions and values to which they were born. Think of the Brueghels and the Wyeths. Or Eliel and Eero Saarinen. Even when the family business is as much about sales as it is expressive sensibility, following in the footsteps of forebears can be not only personally satisfying, but a boon to artists and art lovers.
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Winter 2019-2020| Art of Giving| Issue 25