World Wide Sires Founder Donates $25 Million in Japanese Art

June 5, 2013 04:34 AM

The founder of World Wide Sires, Bill Clark and his wife, Libby, has donated $25 million worth of Japanese art objects to the Minneapolis Institute of Art (MIA). It’s among the largest donation ever made to MIA, reports the Minneapolis Star Tribune.

Clark acquired the collection through his long association with the Japanese dairy industry.

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