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This image provided by the National Gallery of Art shows John Frederick Peto's "Still Life with Cake, Lemon, Strawberries and Glass" that has been transferred to the National Gallery of Art from the estate of Paul Mellon. Paintings, sculptures and other works are among 110 objects bequeathed to the museum from the estate of museum benefactor Mellon after his death in 1999. They remained in the care of his widow, Rachel "Bunny: Mellon, at their Virginia home until her death in March. (AP Photo/National Gallery of Art)

This image provided by the National Gallery of Art shows John Frederick Peto's "Still Life with Cake, Lemon, Strawberries and Glass" that has been transferred to the National Gallery of Art from the estate of Paul Mellon. Paintings, sculptures and other works are among 110 objects bequeathed to the museum from the estate of museum benefactor Mellon after his death in 1999. They remained in the care of his widow, Rachel "Bunny: Mellon, at their Virginia home until her death in March. (AP Photo/National Gallery of Art)

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