Portraits of PhilanthropyPeople are motivated to give to the Museum for many reasons--ranging from a love of art, to memories of learning at the Museum, to a strong desire to help the Museum continue to build its collections and educational programs. Read interviews with some of our donors, who explain why and how they made gifts in support of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
“You don’t need vast wealth to make a difference,” says Vincent Sabatino. “We are delighted to give back to the community that has so enriched our lives…”
Joan and Bernard Spain appreciate the beauty of life—all that engages the mind, touches the heart, and delights the eye—and work to ensure that its possibilities are available to everyone.
The world-renowned composer George Rochberg and his wife Gene began their friendship with the Philadelphia Museum of Art in 1945.
When he began collecting Indian "miniature" paintings in the mid-1970s, Dr. Bellak set out to illustrate the history of the genre.
Looking closely with the aid of new technologies and informed minds comes naturally to Drs. Rosalie Burns and Herbert I. Goldberg.
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