Fri 5 June 2009, The Guardian

Defying arts charity 'cost museum £80,000 grant'

A museum says it lost an £80,000 grant because bosses refused to display a charity's logo next to a painting. The Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge said it was asked to display the logo in return for cash from the Art Fund. But director Timothy Potts said displaying the pink heart-shaped logo would introduce the "currency of marketing" to the museum. Cash from the Art Fund, which helps museums buy works of art, would have helped the Fitzwilliam buy a 17th-century painting called The Dead Christ supported by the Virgin and Mary Magdalen, by Marcantonio Bassetti.
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