WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. (NEWS10) – Two months after the Super Bowl, Seattle is finally paying up on a friendly wager known on social media as the Museum Bowl.
“Well, in the buildup of the Super Bowl game, I had a Facebook message from a curatorial friend of mind, the Seattle Art Museum, who wondered if the Clark and the Seattle Art Museum might want to get into a friendly competition to trade paintings depending on who won the Super Bowl,” Clark curator Richard Rand said.
Because the Boston Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks in a close 28-24 game, the Clark’s Winslow Homer painting “West Point, Prout’s Neck” will stay on the East Coast.
“Puget Sound on the Pacific Coast” will be on display until July.