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Rockefellers donate artwork to Boston College

Steven C. Rockefeller Jr. and Nancy Netzer, director of the McMullen Museum of Art.

Steven C. Rockefeller Jr. and Nancy Netzer, director of the McMullen Museum of Art.

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Several members of the Rockefeller clan were at Boston College the other day, and they came bearing gifts. There to celebrate Christian Rockefeller’s graduation — he’s the great-grandson of Nelson Rockefeller, the former New York governor and vice president — Steven C. Rockefeller Jr. and wife Kimberly , Christian’s parents, brought with them an etching by the German artist Albrecht Dürer. They gave the piece, which is from Nelson Rockefeller’s personal collection, to BC’s McMullen Museum of Art.

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