Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Makes History With Sandro Botticelli Exhibit

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"Botticelli: Heroines + Heroes," on exhibit at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston through May 19, returns the focus to what is on display at the museum instead of what is not.
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