Sunday, 9 February 2014
Lucky Dallas Museum in Texas - it is about to receive an extensive collection of around 2,000 objects from the Keir Collection, which is rich in carpets and textiles. The Keir Collection belonging to Edmund de Unger — named for a house near London where the collector once lived — had been assumed for several years to be headed to the Museum of Islamic Art in Berlin, where Mr de Unger had lent some works before his death. But Sabiha Al Khemir, a highly regarded scholar of Islamic art who was recruited to advise the Dallas museum in 2012, helped persuade the de Unger estate, controlled by the collector’s two sons, that the collection would be better served in Texas, where the museum would be able to make room to keep a few hundred works on view at a time.
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Posted by N E E D L E P R I N T at 16:30