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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Sylvia Yount
"Neither a borrower nor a lender be," Polonius advises son Laertes in "Hamlet." Good advice to sons, but not to museum directors.
"It's one of our icons and very often requested, but we like to keep it at home, and we're very selective," Ms. Yount said. "But lending is also what museums do."
"There's definitely a tension," said Sylvia Yount, chief curator at the Virginia Museum of Fine Art in Richmond.