Bagley and Virginia Wright, left, chatted  with (continuing from left) William M. Jenkins, chairman of the board of Seattle first national bank, and Mike Berry the Bank’s president, last night at a reception at the Wright home. support for the summer residency of Merce  Cunningham and Dance company and John Cage, musical director, at the Cornish Institute of allied arts was announced at the event. (6/23/1977) (Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times)
Virginia Wright was a collector, philanthropist and visionary. She died Tuesday evening. (Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times, 1977)
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Virginia Wright, art collector and philanthropist who changed Seattle’s cultural landscape, dies at 91

Virginia Wright, along with her late husband Bagley Wright, created the region’s largest collection of modern and contemporary art and donated much of it to Seattle Art Museum.  VIEW Updated

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Bagley and Virginia Wright, left, chatted  with (continuing from left) William M. Jenkins, chairman of the board of Seattle first national bank, and Mike Berry the Bank’s president, last night at a reception at the Wright home. support for the summer residency of Merce  Cunningham and Dance company and John Cage, musical director, at the Cornish Institute of allied arts was announced at the event. (6/23/1977) (Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times)
Virginia Wright was a collector, philanthropist and visionary. She died Tuesday evening. (Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times, 1977)
Obituaries

Virginia Wright, art collector and philanthropist who changed Seattle’s cultural landscape, dies at 91

Virginia Wright, along with her late husband Bagley Wright, created the region’s largest collection of modern and contemporary art and donated much of it to Seattle Art Museum.  VIEW Updated

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Bagley and Virginia Wright, left, chatted  with (continuing from left) William M. Jenkins, chairman of the board of Seattle first national bank, and Mike Berry the Bank’s president, last night at a reception at the Wright home. support for the summer residency of Merce  Cunningham and Dance company and John Cage, musical director, at the Cornish Institute of allied arts was announced at the event. (6/23/1977) (Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times)
Virginia Wright was a collector, philanthropist and visionary. She died Tuesday evening. (Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times, 1977)
Obituaries

Virginia Wright, art collector and philanthropist who changed Seattle’s cultural landscape, dies at 91

Virginia Wright, along with her late husband Bagley Wright, created the region’s largest collection of modern and contemporary art and donated much of it to Seattle Art Museum.  VIEW Updated

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