Ilona Katzew

LACMA

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Head of Latin American art at LACMA

Ilona Katzew on KCRW

Most people don’t discover rare 18th century masterpieces rolled up under their sofa, but that’s exactly what happened to Christina Jones Janssen. The masterpiece in question?

Rare Art Rolled Up Under the Couch

Most people don’t discover rare 18th century masterpieces rolled up under their sofa, but that’s exactly what happened to Christina Jones Janssen. The masterpiece in question?

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