Arts & Life

Art Trove in School Worth Millions

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Kathleen Bernhardt-Hidvegi, a Chicago art consultant, discovered an extensive art collection found within the Philadelphia Public Schools. The pieces were in closets, bicycle rooms, and on classroom walls. The 1,188 works are estimated to be worth $30 million. NPR's Melissa Block talks with Bernhardt-Hidvegi.



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